Poland's State Trasury expects to receive zł.5 billion in dividends from state-owned companies in 2013. Market analysts quoted by Rzeczpospolita think that the Treasury should get zł.4.1-4.4 billion from listed companies alone. The final amount depends on dividend decisions in the largest companies – copper miner KGHM, utility PGE and insurer PZU. In 2012, the Treasury collected zł.7.8 billion in dividends.
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