Polish Finance Ministry agrees over reserve funds

Poland's Ministry of Finance expects to come to an agreement with the national bank over the issue of revaluation reserve funds. The Ministry of Finance has recently said that it plans to use around one third of the revaluation reserve to pay fees to EU institutions.

Source: PAP news agency

The Ministry of Finance expects that it will reach agreement with the Polish National Bank [NBP] on the way part of the bank's revaluation reserve funds will be used, Deputy Minister of Finance Andrzej Sopocko

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