Poland may replace three board members

Reports say that National Bank of Poland governor Leszek Balcerowicz will soon replace three members of the management board of the NBP, Jerzy Stopyra and Andrzej Bratkowski, while the third name is still unknown.

The Warsaw Business Journal said their functions are likely to be taken over by Jerzy Pruski, a former member of the Monetary Policy Council and Krzysztof Rybinski, the chief economist of bank BPH.

Both candidates are considered as proponents of a restrictive monetary policy and in

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