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-------------------- Scaled-Down Polish Coal Mines Flourish --------------------
But some critics fault the sector's resistance to more reforms even as prices are declining.
By Jan Cienski Financial Times
June 12 2006
WARSAW — A couple of years ago, coal miners in the Silesia region of Poland staged a sit-in on the roof of their mine, protesting against layoffs and pit closures that had shrunk a once-prestigious industry to less than a quarter its former size.
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