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European Commission launches probe of state aid to Polish airline LOT

Nov 06 2013

WARSAW The European Commission has launched an in-depth investigation into whether Poland broke competition rules when it gave about 200 million euros (168 million pounds) in state aid to its money-losing airline LOT.

Polish PM spared humiliation in Warsaw vote: exit poll

Oct 13 2013

WARSAW - Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk was spared a humiliating set-back on Sunday when an exit poll showed a referendum to remove his close ally, the mayor of Warsaw, had failed to attract enough votes to be valid.

Polish PM spared humiliation in Warsaw vote - exit poll

Oct 13 2013

WARSAW, Oct 13 - Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk was spared a humiliating set-back on Sunday when an exit poll showed a referendum to remove his close ally, the mayor of Warsaw, had failed to attract enough votes to be valid.

Polish PM spared humiliation in Warsaw vote: exit poll

Oct 13 2013

WARSAW, Oct 13 - Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk was spared a humiliating set-back on Sunday when an exit poll showed a referendum to remove his close ally, the mayor of Warsaw, had failed to attract enough votes to be valid.

Vote on ousting Warsaw mayor threatens Polish PM

Oct 11 2013

WARSAW Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk is heading for a humiliating loss in his party's stronghold in the capital city on Sunday unless Warsaw's mayor manages to convince enough residents to stay away from a vote to remove her from office.

Vote on ousting Warsaw mayor threatens Polish PM

Oct 11 2013

WARSAW Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk is heading for a humiliating loss in his party's stronghold in the capital city on Sunday unless Warsaw's mayor manages to convince enough residents to stay away from a vote to remove her from office.

Top Poland defence group PHO attracts foreign partners

Sep 03 2013

KIELCE, Poland, Sept 3 Poland's top defence group PHO, favoured as a partner by foreign defence companies vying for a share of Poland's military spending spree, has signed a cooperation deal with Boeing and unveiled a prototype of a new tank with BAE Systems.

Polish banks turn to consumer credit to beat record low rates

Aug 30 2013

WARSAW, Aug 30 Faced with record-low interest rates that erased a large chunk of their incomes, Polish banks have turned to high-margin consumer loans which gave them an unexpected earnings boost and they said pointed to a tentative economic recovery.

Polish PM Tusk wins party leadership vote after strong challenge

Aug 23 2013

WARSAW Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk won a party leadership election with nearly 80 percent of the vote, but a stronger-than-expected showing by his challenger pointed to growing dissatisfaction in the party he co-founded.

Exclusive: Poland to get higher payouts from state firms - document

Aug 21 2013

WARSAW Poland has increased the amount it will collect in dividends from state-controlled firms this year by almost one fifth, documents seen by Reuters showed, the latest move to fill a budget gap at the expense of blue-chip companies.

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