Authors: Alexander Śniegocki
Published: December, 2016

3The rapid increase in the cost of coal mining in Poland, together with a permanent fall in the prices of that raw material on the market, brought about the lasting unprofitability of numerous Polish mines. ‘For the Polish mining industry, the lower prices of coal mean cost-cutting, closing indebted mines or restructuring mining companies by winding down the least profitable mines’, judges Aleksander Śniegocki in an interview for the Newseria News Agency.

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