Warsaw stock market privatisation ‘a historic move’ (AFP)

Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) chairman Ludwik Sobolewski is pictured during a discussion at an Economic Forum in Krynica, Poland, in September 2010. Poland announced the flotation of the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) on Thursday, a symbolic post-communist step for the country as well as the market, now the biggest in central Europe.(AFP/File/Bartek Wrzesniowsk)AFP – The Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE), central Europe’s leading exchange, is to be privatised on November 9 marking a historic post-communist move, the Polish Treasury said on Thursday.

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