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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

Twitter handle: @jeffmason1

27 Jul 2016

Exclusive: Alibaba, eBay, CVC bid for Polish auction site Allegro - sources

WARSAW Chinese e-commerce group Alibaba , U.S. online retailer eBay Inc , and private equity firm CVC Capital Partners are among the bidders for Eastern Europe's No.1 auction website Allegro from South Africa's Naspers , sources said.

11 Jul 2016

Spain's Santander to join race for Raiffeisen's Polish arm -sources

WARSAW, July 11 Spain's largest lender Banco Santander will look into the pending sale of Austrian Raiffeisen's Polish arm, raising the number of potential bidders to five, two market sources told Reuters.

08 Jul 2016

France's BNP joins race for Raiffeisen Polish arm: sources

WARSAW BNP Paribas , France's largest listed bank, joined Polish state-run lenders PKO BP , Alior and Dutch ING in the race for Raiffeisen's Polish business, three sources said.

07 Jul 2016

Poland rushes through changes to key court law before NATO summit

WARSAW Poland's government rushed an amended version of its constitutional court reforms through parliament on Thursday, apparently in an effort to reassure its Western allies over the issue hours before a NATO summit opens in Warsaw.

03 Jul 2016

Poland to rule on pension fund future on Monday - sources

WARSAW Poland's government will on Monday announce its plans for the country's pension system and privately held pension funds, two sources told Reuters, with companies and markets fearing a seizure of assets to plug holes in the state budget.

28 Jun 2016

Liberty Global sees no Brexit fallout on Vodafone deal

WARSAW Liberty Global , the world's largest cable operator, does not expect Brexit to derail its Dutch joint venture with Vodafone and is keeping an eye out for more takeovers in Europe, its chief executive said on Tuesday.

10 Jun 2016

Liberty Global in talks to buy Polish cable operator Multimedia

WARSAW Liberty Global , the owner of Poland's largest cable operator UPC, is in talks to buy UPC's local rival Multimedia to create a business covering half of the Polish cable market, three market sources told Reuters on Friday.

02 Jun 2016

Poland wants KfW-like state fund to spur growth with easier financing

WARSAW Polish state fund PFR sees German peer KfW [KFW.UL] as a role model for how to coordinate state financial support and plans bond issues in 2017 to finance its needs, its chief executive said at the Reuters Eastern Europe Investment Summit.

30 May 2016

Polish banks offer to bear $683 mln in new FX-loan plan - report

WARSAW, May 30 Poland's banks have put forward a plan to tackle the country's Swiss franc mortgage problem that would cost them less than 5 percent of the solution proposed by President Andrzej Duda, the Puis Biznesu newspaper reported on Monday.

24 May 2016

Lewandowski has score to settle on biggest stage in Euro 2016

WARSAW Poland's Robert Lewandowski has chalked up so many big-game landmarks during his club career that the 27-year-old seems overdue a major tournament performance with his country.

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