Polish premier calls for interest rate cut

POLAND - Prime Minister Leszek Miller said on Wednesday he hoped that the Monetary Policy Council (RPP) would support the government in implementing its economic programme by cutting interest rates.

"I still hope that the RPP joins government measures designed to avert economic collapse," the prime minister said.

Two weeks ago we reported that the IMF harshly criticised government coalition members' attacks on the independence of the National Bank of Poland and its rate-setting council.

The RPP

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