Polish PM - Govt won't curb c bank independence

POLAND - Polish Prime Minister Leszek Miller pledged Thursday 25 October in his maiden policy address to parliament that his new government will take no steps to curb the independence of the central bank and its rate-setting Monetary Policy Council, or RPP.

"The government will not undertake any actions which would breach the constitutional principle of independence of the central bank and the Monetary Policy Council. But we will take action aimed at finding a common language with all public

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