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Jakub Iglewski

Russia's state finances seen stable if oil stays at $50-55 per barrel: EBRD

Jan 25 2017

WARSAW Russia's state finances will stay in reasonably good shape if oil prices hold at current levels but Moscow needs structural reforms to improve economic growth, the chief economist at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) said.

Poland's ruling party says to lift media curbs in parliament

Jan 09 2017

WARSAW Poland's ruling conservatives announced plans on Monday to reinstate full media access to parliament in a bid to defuse a political standoff, but the main opposition party said it was not yet ready to end its blockade of the legislature.

Hundreds attend funeral of Polish truck driver killed in Berlin

Dec 30 2016

WARSAW Polish President Andrzej Duda and hundreds of mourners on Friday attended the funeral of Lukasz Urban, the Polish truck driver who was killed and his vehicle used to crash into a Berlin Christmas market last week.

Polish truck driver dropped out of contact four hours before Berlin attack

Dec 20 2016

WARSAW The Polish truck driver whose vehicle was used in an attack on a Berlin Christmas market on Monday had arrived hours earlier in the German capital and spoken to his wife about 3 p.m., according to his cousin.

Polish truck driver dropped out of contact four hours before Berlin attack

Dec 20 2016

WARSAW The Polish truck driver whose vehicle was used in an attack on a Berlin Christmas market on Monday had arrived hours earlier in the German capital and spoken to his wife about 3 p.m., according to his cousin.

Polish truck driver dropped out of contact four hours before Berlin attack

Dec 20 2016

WARSAW, Dec 20 The Polish truck driver whose vehicle was used in an attack on a Berlin Christmas market on Monday had arrived hours earlier in the German capital and spoken to his wife about 3 p.m., according to his cousin.

Legia Warsaw fear Champions League ban after Madrid riot

Oct 20 2016

WARSAW Legia Warsaw said on Thursday they feared being excluded from the Champions League after their fans clashed with the police before Tuesday's League match at Real Madrid in a second incident of this kind in this season.

May wants bespoke terms for EU exit

Jul 28 2016

BRATISLAVA/WARSAW Britain wants a bespoke model for its future ties with the European Union, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Thursday, during a tour of Eastern European allies aimed at securing support in negotiations on leaving the bloc.

Polish firms plan share buybacks, fear govt raid on pension funds

Jul 02 2016

WARSAW A growing number of Polish firms are preparing share buybacks because they fear the government plans to plunder stocks from privately run pension funds to plug holes in the state budget, company chiefs and fund managers say.

EU gives Poland more time in rule of law investigation

May 24 2016

BRUSSELS/WARSAW The European Union gave Poland more time on Tuesday to settle a constitutional crisis, saying it was not about to escalate its unprecedented investigation into whether government policies were threatening the rule of law.

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