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PKO Shareholders Back Higher Dividend Than Management Proposed

June 30, 2011

June 30 (Bloomberg) -- Shareholders in PKO Bank Polski SA, Poland’s biggest lender, approved the government’s proposed dividend of 2.48 billion zloty ($901.6 million), or 1.98 zloty a share, compared with management’s proposal of 1.38 billion zloty, or 1.1 zloty a share, at the annual general meeting in Warsaw today.

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