Poland to elect new monetary council member

The newest member of the National bank of Poland's Monetary Policy Council (RPP) will be elected in August. Analysts said Stanislaw Nieckarz, an economic advisor to the prime minister, has the best chance of taking up the position.

Stanislaw Nieckarz, an economic advisor for the PM, has the best chances of entering the Monetary Policy Council (RPP) as its new member, say analysts. Nieckarz is known for his opinion that the central bank should engage more in boosting economic growth. Other

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