Polish PM scales back anti-central bank rhetoric

POLAND - Polish Prime Minister Leszek Miller softened hostile rhetoric against the country's central bank on Sunday but kept intact the message that bankers should stop damaging the limp economy with high interest rates.

In an interview with Reuters, Miller, who has spearheaded political attacks on Poland's central bankers, avoided setting specific targets for rate cuts, saying only that they were badly needed to help curb soaring joblessness.

But he offered the central bank no protection if le

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