Poland's Miller denies plan to curb central bank

POLAND - Poland's Prime Minister designate Leszek Miller denied in a radio interview that his future coalition government had agreed to curb the central bank's independence if it does not cut interest rates by 600 basis points over the next six months, as reported in a local newspaper early Friday 12 October.

"There is no informal understanding on this matter," Miller told an interviewer for Polish Radio III, the agency reported.

Earlier Friday, the daily Rzeczpospolita cited unconfirmed report

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