Poland Deters Investors as Energy Policies Send Stocks Tumbling

  • WIG20 index retreats for 4th day to lowest since July 2009
  • Government won't scrap copper tax, urges new coal plants

Polish stocks fell the most in emerging markets as the new government announced plans to uphold a tax on copper production and encourage new investment in coal-fired plants that threatened to curtail dividends at the nation’s third-largest producer.

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