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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

Twitter handle: @jeffmason1

12 Dec 2017

Poland's new PM: national interest key in EU future debate

WARSAW Poland should defend its national identity and interests at a time when the European Union is debating its own future, the country's new Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki told parliament on Tuesday.

03 Dec 2017

Polish bourse targets retiring business owners to boost listings

WARSAW The Warsaw Stock Exchange will try to persuade dozens of retiring business owners to sell their companies via the bourse as it strives to attract new listings, its chief executive said.

07 Nov 2017

Interview - Bayern must bring in new blood to stay on top: Lewandowski

LONDON Bayern Munich must make sure they bring in top players every season to stay competitive and ease the pressure on an ageing squad, Poland captain Robert Lewandowski said on Tuesday.

03 Nov 2017

Poland's Orbis forecasts slowing profit growth in years ahead

WARSAW, Nov 3 Poland's Orbis expects its revenues and core earnings to rise at a slower pace after years of double-digit growth, the hotel operator's chief executive Gilles Clavie said on Friday.

18 Oct 2017

Polish miner JSW considers bond issues to finance rise in coking coal output

WARSAW Polish miner JSW, the EU's biggest producer of coal for steelmaking, could issue bonds in the United States and on the domestic market at the start of 2018 as it plans to increase investment and output, the company's chief executive said.

05 Oct 2017

Watchdog approves PGE's purchase of EDF's Polish assets, sets conditions

WARSAW Polish anti-monopoly office said that Poland's biggest power firm PGE can take over the local assets of France's EDF on condition that it sells most of the electricity generated by the Rybnik coal-fueled power plant via the power exchange.

04 Oct 2017

Eastern Europe's nationalists feel vindicated by German vote

BUDAPEST/WARSAW Wary of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's ambition for closer European Union integration, right-wing politicians in the EU's eastern wing are touting her weak election victory as a vindication of their concerns.

04 Oct 2017

Eastern Europe's nationalists feel vindicated by German vote

BUDAPEST/WARSAW Wary of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's ambition for closer European Union integration, right-wing politicians in the EU's eastern wing are touting her weak election victory as a vindication of their concerns.

26 Sep 2017

Polish coal miner struggles to meet demand after investment cut

WARSAW Polish state coal-mining group PGG, saved from bankruptcy last year, is struggling to meet demand for coal from its major clients after cost-cutting led to lower investment, its chief executive told Reuters.

25 Sep 2017

Polish president backs down in judicial reform spat

WARSAW Poland's president unexpectedly dropped his demands for a greater say in nominating judges on Monday, in an effort to secure broader political support for an overhaul of the judiciary that the European Union fears will harm democracy.

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