Coalminer JSW names interim CEO
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The Polish listed but state-controlled coalminer Jastrzębska Spółka Węglowa (JSW) named an interim chief executive in the wake of the incumbent’s resignation under trade union pressure.
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The supervisory board of Europe’s largest producer of coking coal tapped Vice-President Jerzy Borecki as a stand-in CEO, the company said in a press release.
Jarosław Zagórski, his predecessor, stepped down on 17 February as a condition for the suspension of a strike, blaming an “unprecedented campaign of hate and aggression” by the unions.
Zagórski thus became the third mine CEO to lose his job to union pressure in recent months. (an)