Poland will be able to cut its general government deficit to below 3% of GDP by 2009, as pledged by the government, which would allow it to join the exchange rate mechanism ERM2 the same year, deems National Bank of Poland (NBP) governor Slawomir Skrzypek.
He stressed that the country should enter the ERM2 mechanism, where it has to spend at least two years before it may join the Eurozone, as soon as possible. So far, Skrzypek - similarly to the government of the conservative Law and Justice
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