Poland's largest mining companies, Kompania Węglowa, Katowicki Holding Węglowy and Jastrzębska Spółka Węglowa will spend about zł.7 billion on investments in 2013-2015, Deputy Economy Minister Tomasz Tomczykiewicz said in response to an MP's request for information.
The Economy Ministry said that since 2008, investments in the mining sector have surpassed zł.2 billion annually. In 2012, they were an estimated 3.7 billion. About 75 percent of this money is spent on maintaining production levels, such as by drilling or by purchasing mining equipment.
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