Warsaw split on use of central bank profit


Jacek Rostowski, Poland's finance minister, has said that the National Bank of Poland's profits should be handed over to the government rather than kept to support the zloty.

Rostowski's comments follow a spat between the country's prime minister and president over the use of central bank funds.

In an interview on TVN24 on Monday evening, Rostowski called for Lech Kaczynski, the country's president, to support prime minister Donald Tusk's plan to use central bank profits to reduce the country's

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