By Marta Karpinska WARSAW, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Poland's top refining group PKN Orlen on Thursday blasted plans to force fuel firms to boost the sales of biofuels to well above levels proposed by the European Union, which the country is set to join in mid 2004. Poland's powerful farming lobby, backed by a rural junior coalition party, has already pushed the biofuels bill though the lower house of parliament and the controversial regulation will start its first reading in the Senate on ...
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