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SBD Global/June 28, 2012/International Football
Poland Fails To Feel Economic Impact Of Euro 2012
Published June 28, 2012
BEST LAID PLANS ...: In London, Jan Cienski reported Poland's "ambitious road-building programme" ahead of the Euro 2012 has "turned into one of Europe's largest construction sites." What was supposed to be a "boon for local companies" has turned into a disaster. PBG susidiary Hydro Budowa, which was "a main contractor" in the construction of stadiums in Warsaw, Gdansk and Poznan, has declared bankruptcy (FINANCIAL TIMES, 6/27).