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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
WARSAW Poland is unlikely to exclude all Huawei equipment from its next generation mobile networks, a government minister told Reuters, in part to avoid increased costs for mobile operators.
WARSAW Banning Huawei from developing 5G networks in Poland would result in higher prices for consumers and delays in implementing the new technology, the chief executive of Poland's biggest mobile operator Play said.
WARSAW Poland should form a consortium of private and state companies to develop 5G network infrastructure to ensure lower costs and better protection from security threats, the chief executive of Poland's state-owned telecom group Exatel said.
WARSAW Chinese tech giant Huawei is ready to face any extra security measures required to remain in the race to develop next-generation 5G networks in central and eastern Europe, Andy Purdy, chief security officer at Huawei Technologies USA, said.