EU won't protest changes at Polish c bank

POLAND - An amendment to Poland's central bank law increasing the size of the bank's interest rate-setting Monetary Policy Council, or RPP, shouldn't draw protests from the European Union, Prime Minister Leszek Miller said Friday in an interview on Polish state radio.

Miller said such changes might be necessary to resolve a dispute between the government and the central bank, which is balking at the prime minister's demand that key interest rates be eased by 150 basis points this month to boost

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