Polish central bank complains about gov't pressure

A report from PAP news agency quotes Poland's central bank chief as describing government pressure to cut interest rates as 'unprecedented'.

Source: PAP news agency

"A behaviour unprecedented in the civilized world," said central bank head Leszek Balcerowicz commenting on a pressure to cut interest rates exerted by the [Prime Minister] Leszek Miller's government on the Monetary Policy Council (RPP).

Balcerowicz stressed that the council was guided by one, constitutional target - to bring about the

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