RZESZOW, Poland, April 27 (Reuters) - Poland's PZU, central and eastern Europe 's top insurer, is keeping a close eye on all ongoing bank sales in Poland, the company's chief executive said on Monday.
WARSAW, April 24 (Reuters) - Poland's PZU, central and eastern Europe 's top insurer, said on Friday it is not interested in buying a stake in the troubled coal miner Kompania Weglowa, denying an earlier media report.
April 24 (Reuters) - Valve-control systems maker Rotork Plc said it expected first-half results to be lower than a year earlier, hurt by lower investment from oil and gas explorers and uncertainty due to political tension in Russia, Eastern Europe and the Middle East.
WARSAW, April 23 (Reuters) - Poland's PZU, eastern Europe 's top insurer, is vying for a large stake in local lender Alior Bank with a view to building its own banking arm, two sources familiar with...
WARSAW, April 23 (Reuters) - Poland's PZU, eastern Europe 's top insurer, is vying to acquire a major stake in local lender Alior Bank with a view to building a banking arm with over 115 billion zlotys ($31 billion) in assets, newspaper Puls Biznesu said on Thursday.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union launched a legal attack on Gazprom on Wednesday, stoking tension with Moscow as it accused the Russian gas giant of overcharging buyers in Eastern Europe and hindering competition.
MOSCOW, April 22 (Reuters) - Russia's Gazprom said on Wednesday it strictly adhered to all the laws in countries where it operates, in response to the European Union charging the top natural gas producer with abusing its dominant position in Eastern Europe .
BRUSSELS, April 22 (Reuters) - European Union antitrust regulators charged Russian gas giant Gazprom on Wednesday with abusing its dominant position in Poland, Hungary and six other countries in...
BRUSSELS, April 20 (Reuters) - EU antitrust regulators will this week formally charge Russian gas giant Gazprom with overcharging customers in eastern Europe and hindering rivals in the region, two...
WARSAW/ZAGREB, April 20 (Reuters) - When the Swiss franc surged at the start of the year, there were dire predictions of a wave of debt defaults by the hundreds of thousands of borrowers in eastern Europe who had taken out mortgages in the currency.