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Polish refiner PKN Orlen expects shipment of Nigerian oil this month: CEO

08 Oct 2018

WARSAW Polish oil refiner PKN Orlen expects to receive a first ever shipment of Nigerian crude oil next month, its CEO said, as Poland seeks to reduce its reliance on Russian supplies.

INTERVIEW-Polish refiner PKN Orlen expects shipment of Nigerian oil this month - CEO

08 Oct 2018

WARSAW, Oct 8 Polish oil refiner PKN Orlen expects to receive a first ever shipment of Nigerian crude oil next month, its CEO said, as Poland seeks to reduce its reliance on Russian supplies.

In Warsaw's local election, Europe's identity crisis plays out

28 Sep 2018

WARSAW For would-be Warsaw mayor Patryk Jaki, allowing Muslims into Poland poses a threat akin to the Nazi invasion of 1939. His opponent, Rafal Trzaskowski, agrees the country faces an existential threat, but says it comes from Jaki and his allies. | Video

Thousands protest as Polish president signs judicial appointments law

27 Jul 2018

WARSAW Thousands of people staged protests across Poland on Thursday after President Andrzej Duda signed into law a measure effectively letting the government choose the next Supreme Court chief.

Polish judge defies retirement law, protests mount

04 Jul 2018

WARSAW Polish judge Malgorzata Gersdorf walked into the Supreme Court building on Wednesday morning, defying new legislation forcing her to retire as court president and putting the judiciary on a collision course with the government.

Poland's CEO carousel makes investors' heads spin

25 Jun 2018

WARSAW Poland's ruling party has set off a new flurry of changes to the leadership of state-controlled companies, putting investors off a stock exchange that beat all emerging markets last year.

Poland's biggest builder calls on government to address labour shortage

04 Jun 2018

WARSAW, June 4 Poland's construction industry needs an extra 100,000 workers to handle a surge in public sector projects and save more companies from bankruptcy, the head of the country's biggest builder told Reuters.

Thousands join 'Black Friday' marches against Polish abortion restrictions

23 Mar 2018

WARSAW Tens of thousands of Poles dressed in black protested across the country on Friday against an attempt by the ruling conservatives and the powerful Catholic Church to ban most abortions. | Video

Polish refiner PKN examining power production options

01 Feb 2018

WARSAW Poland's biggest oil refiner, PKN Orlen , is looking at various electricity production projects, including nuclear, to benefit from an expected rise in power demand, the firm's vice-president Miroslaw Kochalski said.

Warsaw stocks, a top gainer in 2017, seen surging further

24 Jan 2018

BUDAPEST/WARSAW Portfolio specialist Dustin Blodgett correctly projected last year that Warsaw's stock exchange would be one of the best equity market bets in the world in 2017: he now says it should keep rising this year as well.

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