Polish PM finally approves deputy nomination

Donald Tusk, Poland's prime minister, will give the nod to Witold Kozinski to become a deputy president at the country's central bank despite earlier misgivings regarding the economist's stance on currency intervention.

Slawomir Skzypek, the president of the National Bank of Poland, nominated Kozinski back in February. But comments by the would-be deputy back in March suggesting that the central bank could intervene in the currency markets to stem the zloty's rise put the appointment on hold.

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