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Moody’s raises outlook on Poland to stable

Question: hello - the moodys report referred to a presentation on the growth / taxation strategy of Poland going forward from minister morawiecki delivered recently. have you seen it/ do you have a copy pls? thank you

Answers: Thank you for your question. The forward plan for the Polish finances is contained here: It's in Polish at the moment, but you can check in on this website for the English version, which should be published before long:

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Ankara bans all "protests" after dark, includes press events and group singing

May 26, 2017

Ankara has banned all "acts of protest" after dark. The wide-ranging ban, announced on May 26, even forbids press events, group singing and the shouting of slogans in public places after ...

Croatia’s struggling Agrokor puts founder's yacht and helicopter up for sale

May 26, 2017

Croatia’s struggling retail giant Agrokor called bidders for its Riva 85 Opera model motor yacht and Bell 427 VFR model helicopter on May 26, ...

IMF recommends fiscal consolidation for Romania

May 26, 2017

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has estimated that the fiscal policies envisaged by Romania will result in a wide deviation (of over 2% of GDP) from the optimum 1.5% of GDP medium-term budget ...

Montenegro’s PM confirms readiness to join Nato - despite shove from Trump at alliance summit

May 26, 2017

Montenegro’s Prime Minister Dusko Markovic said on May 25 that the Adriatic country is fully prepared to ...

Ukraine's central bank cuts key policy rate to 12.5%

May 25, 2017

The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) will cut its key policy rate by 0.5 percentage points to 12.5% per annum from May 26. The move is consistent with the pursuit of inflation ...

Opec prolong output cuts by nine months

May 25, 2017

Opec member countries reached an agreement to cap oil output for another nine months until March 2018, Bloomberg and the Financial Times reported on May 25, citing unnamed sources close to the ...

Albania’s competition authority probes three mobile operators

May 25, 2017

Albania's competition authority has launched a preliminary investigation against three mobile operators for changing their tariffs for pre-paid mobile phone customers. According to the ...

Ukraine prosecutors launch anti-graft crackdown on former tax officials

May 25, 2017

Ukrainian anti-corruption agencies, specifically, military prosecutors and the National Police, have conducted over 400 raids as part of a massive anti-corruption crackdown on former tax ...

Richest Turkish families sell conglomerate shares for more than €500mn

May 25, 2017

Members of families that own Turkey’s two biggest groups of companies sold stakes in their respective groups for a combined sum of more than €500mn as the benchmark Turkish stock exchange index ...

Skopje court rejects special prosecutor's request to freeze VMRO assets

May 24, 2017

A Skopje court rejected a request from the Special Prosecutor's Office (SPO) to freeze part of the assets of the conservative VMRO-DPMNE party on May 23, according to local media reports. SPO ...

Albanian left-wing parties unite behind ruling Socialists ahead of election

May 24, 2017

Small Albanian left-wing parties have withdrawn their registrations to stand in the June 25 general election so that all their support goes to the governing Socialist Party (SP) led by Prime Minister ...

Suppliers to troubled Croatian retailer Agrokor withdraw ultimatum to halt deliveries

May 24, 2017

Agrokor’s suppliers decided to halt a previous decision to cut their deliveries after holding a meeting on May 24 with Agrokor’s chief emergency officer Ante Ramljak, Hina reported. A group ...

Turkey's Erdogan renews attack on high interest rates as tool of exploitation

May 24, 2017

Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on May 24 returned to one of his well-worn favourite themes, renewing his attack on high interest rates. “I clearly say this: I see high interest rates ...

More arrest warrants issued in Turkey as Erdogan continues to rule by decree

May 24, 2017

Turkey, which President Recep Tayyip Erdogan continues to govern under an indefinite state of emergency which allows him to rule by decree, on May 24 issued more arrest warrants for people allegedly ...

Ukrainian agriculture minister resigns amid uncertainty over land reform

May 24, 2017

Ukrainian Agrarian Minister Taras Kutovy announced his resignation on May 23 amid stalling efforts to push through a radical land privatisation reform in the former Soviet republic. "The ...

Suspended sentences issued for Macedonian parliament violence

May 23, 2017

Nine people indicted for their role in violent incidents in the Macedonian parliament at the end of April were given suspended sentences by a Skopje court on May 23.  The nine were indicted ...

Turkey issues arrest warrants for "Gulen-linked" capital markets board employees

May 23, 2017

The Turkish authorities have issued arrest warrants for 36 employees of the Turkey's capital markets board (SPK) as well as for more than 160 other people citing claimed links to US-based ...

Owner of Romania’s Dedeman reportedly close to signing largest ever deal in the Romanian office segment

May 23, 2017

Dragos Paval, owner of Romania’s biggest DIY retailer Dedeman, is reportedly close to signing an agreement with Africa Israel Investments for the acquisition of an office building project in ...

UK trade envoy Lamont scathing of Trump's treatment of Iran

May 23, 2017

Norman Lamont, the UK trade envoy to Iran, on May 22 weighed into the row over the “unremitting hostility” expressed towards the Islamic Republic by Donald Trump during his visits to Saudi Arabia ...

European Commission recommends removing Croatia from excessive deficit procedure

May 22, 2017

The European Commission (EC) recommended that the European Council remove Croatia from the excessive deficit procedure (EDP) in its European Semester Spring Package published on May ...

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