Ex-Polish deputy responds to Pruski criticism

Krzysztof Rybiski, the deputy governor of the National Bank of Poland who resigned at the start of this month, has rebuffed criticisms of the central bank made by his fellow deputy, Jerzy Pruski, who quit last week.

Pruski published a six-page statement explaining why he quit, in which he slammed a management overhaul and claimed the central bank's inflation forecasts underestimated actual price growth.

"Over the last year, as a result of the decisions of the governor and the management board

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