BRUSSELS/WARSAW (Reuters) -Poland vowed to keep its disputed Turow coal mine running on Monday despite being hit with a order to pay a 500,000 euro ($585,550) daily penalty to the European Commission for defying an earlier court ruling to halt operations.
WARSAW Poland's prime minister dismissed the head of a junior coalition partner from government on Tuesday, creating uncertainty over the future of an administration that has set Warsaw on a collision course with the European Union.
WARSAW (Reuters) -Former European Council President Donald Tusk returned to the fore of Polish politics on Saturday, becoming leader of the main opposition party in a move that revives a duel with his longstanding foe Jaroslaw Kaczynski. | Video
WARSAW/PRAGUE In the race to supply vaccines to end the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. drug developer Novavax turned to emerging Europe to speed up production with a pair of deals that endorsed a growing trend for consolidation in the region.
WARSAW, May 11 Bank Millennium, the
Polish unit of Portuguese lender BCP, sees no need to
raise capital to cover the costs of potential settlements with
clients over Swiss franc loans, the bank's management said on
LONDON (Reuters) -South African conglomerate Steinhoff has chosen Warsaw over London to list shares in its Pepco Group discount retailer business, in what could become Poland's biggest initial public offering (IPO) this year.
WARSAW A Polish Constitutional Court verdict restricting access to abortion will go into effect on Wednesday, Poland's government said, three months after it sparked nationwide protests.
WARSAW, Jan 15 Polish lender Pekao is
aiming to increase net profit this year after record low
interest rates and high risk costs hit earnings in 2020, its
acting chief executive told Reuters.
WARSAW (Reuters) -Poland's central bank could cut interest rates during the first quarter of next year and may intervene to weaken the zloty, the bank's governor said, undermining previous expectations for stable borrowing costs until 2022.
WARSAW When the coronavirus pandemic surged across Europe in April and hospitals were desperate for ventilators, Poland's government turned to an unlikely supplier: an arms dealer.