WSE-listed gas group PGNiG plans to generate an average EBITDA of PLN 5. 6 billion per year throughout 2017-2022 period. For the m2050 bitcoin mining-2026 period, EBIDTA should grow to PLN 9. 2 billion per annum on average, the company said in its updated strategy.
Warsaw Stock Exchange appointed CEO Rafał Antczak stepped down from his office, before he even assumed it, citing personal reasons. Like in previous years, the City of Warsaw is going to showcase it municipal land offer and woo real estate investors at the MIPIM international property fair, which starts in Cannes, France on March 14. Its aim is to eliminate understatements and underestimations that may result in additional costs incurred by organizations refurbishing their offices or opening new ones. Mining firm Bogdanka has signed an annex to its bond buyout program and will buy back bonds worth PLN 300 million before they have matured by the end of March, the company stated. Originally, the bonds were to mature on June 30, 3017. 19 percent build a house in a city of over 50,000 residents and 9 percent in a city of over 500,000 residents, according to a report by web portal oferteo.
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