Wind developer accuses Poland of trade deal breaches

The Polish government's escalating attempts to undermine the rule of law has led to USD 700 million losses, says US developer Invenergy.

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Invenergy has raised a dispute against the Polish government for breaching international trade deals.

The US developer writes in a notification of dispute that Polish President Andrzej Duda and Prime Minister Beata Szydlo are engaged in a "coordinated conspiracy" to undermine the rule of law and the profitability of the company's projects, leading to a USD 700 million loss for Invenergy.

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