Polish government demands rate cut

POLAND - The Polish government will take its demand for a cut in interest rates directly to the central bank's rate-setting monetary policy council by January 12th, said government spokesman Michal Tober following a cabinet meeting on Wednesday.

"Either we will convince each other that we can work together to bring about an economic revival or ... the decision will be made in parliament," said deputy prime minister Mark Pol.

The Polish Peasants' party, the SLD's junior coalition partner, propo

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