Polish cen bank dep chairman favours fixed ex rate

POLAND - Central bank deputy chairman Andrzej Bratkowski said the economy could benefit from a fixed zloty rate in a situation when the inflow of foreign capital linked with the prospect of Poland's EU accession will continue to strengthen the zloty.

"It would be wise to think about the currency board system: fixed rate and our money issue are closely adjusted to the amount of foreign currency purchased by us," said Bratkowski.

He stressed that the fact that 70 per cent of Polish trade is done

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