Here are news stories, press reports and events to watch which may affect Poland’s financial markets on Tuesday. ALL TIMES GMT (Poland: GMT + 2 hours):
The government plans to increase the minimum wage to 1750 zlotys ($580) per month in 2015, more than the minimum rise required by law, the Gazeta Wyborcza daily reported without naming its sources.
Investment fund Altus TFI wants to tap the Warsaw bourse for 200-220 million zlotys, which it may spend on takeovers of Polish rivals such as the BPH TFI, daily Puls Biznesu reported without naming its sources.
Czech energy firm CEZ plans to either sell its wind farms in Poland or invite Polish firms to help it construct them, Parkiet daily reported without naming its sources. The daily also said that Tauron or Enea could be the potential buyers.
A Lithuanian court has frozen about 10 million zlotys of PKN Orlen’s assets in the Orlen Lietuva in Lithuania following a request from the Lithuanian railways, the Parkiet daily reported.
Boryszew plans to issue 20 million new shares at 5.5 zlotys each to reduce costs and speed up growth, the main shareholder of the company, Roman Karkosik, told the Parkiet daily.
Poland’s shale gas deposits stand at about 4.2 billion cubic meters, Puls Biznesu reported the result of an assessment of U.S. experts made in June last year.
The German BSH group together with the Algerian company Cevital plan to buy the Fagor Mastercook plant in Poland, which employs 1,200 people, the Rzeczpospolita daily reported without naming its sources.
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