WARSAW, Sept 19 - Following are news stories, press reports and events that may affect Poland's financial markets on Wednesday. ALL TIMES GMT (Poland: GMT + 2 hours):
Poland's statistics office to release PPI and industrial output data for August at 0800 GMT.
Representatives of JSW, which is the EU's biggest coking coal producer, have talked to energy company Sasol, in South Africa, about setting up a plant in Poland that would generate gas, fuels and chemicals from coal, Rzeczpospolita daily said quoting JSW CEO.
Poland's ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party would be backed by 31.9 percent of voters, and the Civic Coalition by 25.7 percent if local elections were held on Sunday, an opinion poll by IBRiS for Fakt tabloid showed on Wednesday.
Poland will hold local elections on Oct. 21 with a second round on Nov. 4.
****Reuters has not verified stories reported by Polish media and does not vouch for their accuracy.****
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