DOWN STREAM OPPORTUNITIES SEEN IN POLISH INDUSTRY

Poland's economy and its demand for refined petroleum products are growing, thanks to success of the ambitious "shock therapy" economic restructuring that started in 1990. Coupled with this growth, Poland's downstream oil industry is on the brink of a radical restructuring that will present new investment opportunities for western investors. That's the view of Donald J. Howard, a business adviser to IDMA, Krakow, a supplier of petroleum products, forecourt equipment, and car care

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