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Copper producer KGHM may freeze more mines in Canada, U.S.: CEO

10 Apr 2019

WARSAW Poland's KGHM, one of the world's biggest copper and silver producers, has no plan to sell its foreign assets but may freeze some in Canada or the United States if they require big investments, its chief executive said.

Copper producer KGHM may freeze more mines in Canada, U.S. - CEO

10 Apr 2019

WARSAW, April 10 Poland's KGHM, one of the world's biggest copper and silver producers, has no plan to sell its foreign assets but may freeze some in Canada or the United States if they require big investments, its chief executive said.

Little leeway to ease consumer pain as European power prices soar

22 Feb 2019

PARIS/WARSAW/LONDON Households across Europe should brace for higher energy bills this year as governments have had little success in limiting rises in the face of soaring wholesale and environmental costs.

Polish police detain suspects for hate speech after Gdansk mayor death

16 Jan 2019

WARSAW Polish police have detained at least 10 people since Tuesday over calls on social media for murder and acts of aggression made in the wake of the killing on a public stage of Gdansk's mayor.

Macquarie nearing sale of Poland's Gdansk port terminal to SWF-led group: sources

20 Dec 2018

LONDON/WARSAW A consortium of investors including the Poland's sovereign wealth fund PFR is close to buying the country's DCT Gdansk port terminal, owned by the infrastructure fund of Australia's Macquarie, three sources familiar with the matter said.

Nations agree global climate pact rules, but seen as weak

17 Dec 2018

KATOWICE, Poland Nearly 200 countries overcame political divisions late on Saturday to agree on rules for implementing a landmark global climate deal, but critics say it is not ambitious enough to prevent the dangerous effects of global warming. | Video

Climate talks pass baton in race to stop global warming

17 Dec 2018

KATOWICE, Poland Fractious climate change talks in Poland showed the limits of international action to limit global warming in a polarised world, putting the onus on individual governments, cities and communities to stop temperatures rising.

Climate talks pass baton in race to stop global warming

16 Dec 2018

KATOWICE, Poland Fractious climate change talks in Poland showed the limits of international action to limit global warming in a polarized world, putting the onus on individual governments, cities and communities to stop temperatures rising.

Ministers in final push to produce global climate deal rules

15 Dec 2018

KATOWICE, Poland Ministers and negotiators from nearly 200 nations were making a final effort on Friday evening to find consensus on the language and sticking points of a package to implement a landmark agreement to combat climate change.

U.N. climate talks produce draft text in final push

13 Dec 2018

KATOWICE, Poland Negotiators from nearly 200 countries produced a draft text on Thursday on how to implement the Paris Agreement on combating global warming, but some disputes remain with only one day left before the official end of the conference.

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