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  • Rates could  go up or down: Polish central bank chief

    Marek Belka, governor of the National Bank of Poland, says interest rates are as likely to go up as they are to go down.

  • I'm not resigning over tapes: Polish central bank chief

    Marek Belka, governor of the National Bank of Poland, says he sees "no reason" to step down over the leaked tape scandal, but is "embarrassed" and "sorry" for that damage caused to the bank.

  • Poland: New elections unlikely

    Peter Attard Montalto, emerging market economist at Nomura, discusses the political scandal in Poland, saying it has put the independence and credibility of the central back in question.

  • Maintenance personnel check a Predator drone operated by U.S. Office of Air and Marine, before its surveillance flight near the Mexican border in March 2013 from Fort Huachuca in Sierra Vista, Ariz.

    The Defense Department has approved the international sale of drones with an operating system that works on other drones.

  • Steam bucket-wheel excavator extracts coal from the brown coal open cast mine Garzweiler in Immerath, western Germany.

    Europe’s dependence on Russian gas has declined for years, but the standoff in Ukraine has Europe seeking alternatives.

  • The European bond market is signaling that the continent's economy is "probably going to be OK," Starwood Capital's Barry Sternlicht tells CNBC.

  • Latvian President Andris Berzins (L), and Lithuania's President Dalia Grybauskaite pose with U.S. Vice President Joe Biden prior to a meeting in Vilnius on March 19, 2014.

    Vice President Joe Biden warns Russia that the United States will respond to any aggression against NATO allies.

  • 'Best year to invest in Turkey'?

    Tomasz Czechowicz, managing director at MCI Management, discusses investment opportunities in CEE countries and advises investing in the "digital disruption space" as well as Turkey and Russia.

  • Why Poland should be on investors' radar

    Henryka Bochniarz, president at the Polish Confederation of Lewiatan, highlights that Poland has a strong economy with "huge potential" and that it still wants to be part of the euro zone.

  • UK and EU clash over migration rules

    UK Prime Minister David Cameron has suggested a review of European Union migration rules as he sought to allay concerns of the British population over the lifting of migration restrictions for Romanians and Bulgarians.

  • Polish cuisine gets recognised: Michelin star chef

    Wojciech Modest Amaro, Poland's first Michelin starred chef and founder of Atelier Amaro, tells CNBC that in less than two years, the restaurant has paid back all of its loan and has a three-month waiting list.

  • Should you invest in Polish real estate?

    Tomasz Trzoslo, managing director for Poland at Jones Lang LaSalle, talks about the Polish real estate market and reveals that the country's sector attracts 70 percent of capital in the region.

  • ECB needs to weaken euro: NBP's Belka

    Marek Belka, president of the National Bank of Poland, says that the European Central Bank needs to take measures to weaken the euro.

  • Tapering will not hit Poland as hard as other EMs: NBP's Belka

    Marek Belka, president of the National Bank of Poland, says that tapering will not hit the country as hard as other emerging markets as Poland wasn't the biggest beneficiary of the policy.

  • Poland thinking about shale and nuclear

    Agata Hinc, managing director at demosEuropa, explains that Poland is working on its energy mix to diversify away from coal, and that shale gas, nuclear energy and renewables are all on the table.

  • Change in Poland is 'underestimated': Former PM

    Jan Krzysztof Bielecki, former Polish prime minister,r efutes claims that polish reforms have stalled and says conditions for banks and businesses are continuously improving.

  • Poland 'has to look forward': Former PM

    Jan Krzysztof Bielecki, former prime minister of Poland, describes the country's new finance minister as "perfect for the job" due to his strong economic background.

  • Developing green economy is 'non-negotiable': IFAD

    Elwyn Grainger-Jones, director of IFAD, says that investing in green energy is good for economic growth but needs "enlightened" policy reform to make it happen.

  • Hungary a 'bastion of stability': HSBC's Bloom

    David Bloom, global head of foreign exchange strategy at HSBC, says that Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic have held up well since the financial crisis and amid tapering talks.

  • Violent Independence Day march in Poland

    A march to mark Poland's Independence Day in Warsaw took a violent turn. CNBC's Sue Herera reports the latest details.