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Polish far-right groups march on independence anniversary

11 Nov 2019

WARSAW Tens of thousands of Poles took part in a far-right march in the capital Warsaw on Monday to mark Polish independence, an annual event that has become a focus of friction between nationalists and liberals.

Exclusive: French insurer AXA considers selling up in Central Europe - sources

15 Oct 2019

WARSAW/FRANKFURT French insurer AXA is considering selling its Central European business as part of a restructuring to quit markets where it lacks scale, three sources familiar with the situation said.

Poland's nationalists on course to stay in power for second term

14 Oct 2019

(This Oct. 13th story removes incorrect reference to Poland as former Soviet state) | Video

Polish state firms pouring ad cash into media that attack gay rights, research data shows

05 Aug 2019

WARSAW State companies in Poland have multiplied many times over their spending on advertising via news magazines that attack gay rights since the nationalist Law and Justice (PiS) party came to power in 2015, market research data shows.

Exclusive: Poland's PKN faces uphill battle to win EU nod for Lotos bid - sources

04 Jul 2019

BRUSSELS/WARSAW Poland's biggest oil refiner PKN Orlen is expected to face a full-scale EU antitrust investigation into its planned takeover of rival Lotos and may even face a veto due to their combined market share, people familiar with the matter said.

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.

5G in Poland to be pricier without Huawei - Orange Polska

03 Jun 2019

WARSAW Excluding Huawei from developing 5G infrastructure in Poland could lead to higher costs and delays in implementing the technology, the CEO of Poland's largest telecoms operator Orange Polska told Reuters, echoing warnings from rivals.

Refineries must agree division of tainted oil to clear pipeline: PKN

20 May 2019

WARSAW/KIEV Poland will not be able to get clean oil from a Russian pipeline until refineries have agreed how to divide tainted crude still in the system, the chief executive of Polish refiner PKN Orlen said on Monday.

UPDATE 1-Poland's PKN says supply secure as Russian oil suspended

25 Apr 2019

WARSAW, April 25 Poland's biggest oil refiner PKN Orlen has no plans at the moment to tap strategic state oil reserves after supplies from Russia stopped overnight, as it has enough crude from other sources, a board member said on Thursday.

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