Polish Private Coal Miner Sees No Miracles as Output to Dwindle

  • PG Silesia says state competitors will require more help
  • Miners have to ‘put a jigsaw puzzle together,’’ official says

Poland won’t avoid shutting down some of its ailing mines as the money funneled into them by the state-run companies won’t be enough to compensate for still-depressed fuel prices, according to the country’s biggest private coal producer.

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