Polish gov't calls for exchange rate discussion

POLAND - Following a government session on Tuesday, finance minister Marek Belka called the central bank's Monetary Policy Council (RPP) to discuss potential proposals aimed at abandoning the policy of no-intervention on the foreign exchange market, and reintroducing a regulated exchange rate regime, in order to weaken the appreciation pressure on the zloty.

The government acknowledged that the main threats posed by the strong zloty included declining export growth, potential job cuts at expor

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