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Polish cabinet reshuffle boosts control over state companies

08 Nov 2019

WARSAW Poland's nationalist Law and Justice (PiS) party announced its governing cabinet lineup on Friday after winning a parliamentary election last month, setting out plans to consolidate control over state-owned utilities and financial companies.

Poland's nationalists win majority in parliament again, eye court reforms

14 Oct 2019

WARSAW Poland's nationalist Law and Justice (PiS) party secured a second term in power in Sunday's parliamentary election, partial results showed on Monday, but fell short of the landslide victory it needs to overhaul the constitution. | Video

UPDATE 4-EU's top court curtails Gazprom access to Nord Stream pipeline link

10 Sep 2019

WARSAW/BRUSSELS, Sept 10 Europe's top court on Tuesday overruled an EU decision allowing Russia's Gazprom to ship more gas via the Opal gas pipeline, which links its Nord Stream pipeline to Germany.

Germany asks for forgiveness as Poland marks 80th anniversary of war

01 Sep 2019

WARSAW Germany's president asked for forgiveness for his country on Sunday for the suffering of the Polish people during World War Two as Poland marked 80 years since the Nazi German invasion that unleashed the deadliest conflict in human history. | Video

Poland could see further Russian oil supply disruptions - pipeline operator

09 Jul 2019

GDANSK, Poland There is a risk that Russian oil flows to Poland might be temporarily suspended again due to excessive levels of organic chloride, the chief executive of Polish pipeline operator PERN said on Tuesday.

Poland removes power price cap for big clients despite attempts to curb costs

14 Jun 2019

WARSAW Poland's parliament removed a power price cap for big customers late on Thursday, dashing industry hopes the government would be able to curb spiraling costs that have already led to some plant closures.

Poland removes power price cap for big clients despite attempts to curb costs

14 Jun 2019

WARSAW, June 13 Poland's parliament removed a power price cap for big customers late on Thursday, dashing industry hopes the government would be able to curb spiralling costs that have already led to some plant closures.

Poland sacks CEO of state-run coal miner JSW, shares tumble

11 Jun 2019

WARSAW The CEO of Polish state-run coking coal producer JSW was sacked by the energy ministry on Tuesday following a dispute over strategy.

UPDATE 1-Poland sacks CEO of state-run coal miner JSW, shares tumble

11 Jun 2019

WARSAW, June 11 The CEO of Polish state-run coking coal producer JSW was sacked by the energy ministry on Tuesday following a dispute over strategy.

Polish coal unions to protest against planned dismissal of JSW CEO

10 Jun 2019

WARSAW, June 10 Trade unions at Poland's state-run JSW plan to protest in front of the energy ministry building in Warsaw on Tuesday against the expected dismissal of Daniel Ozon, the chief executive at the coking coal miner.

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