Poland keeps an eye on growth

The National Bank of Poland decided to keep the key interest rates unchanged after a notion of a 25 basis points rise did not pass, the minutes of the April monetary policy council meeting show.

Some council members felt that the deceleration of economic growth in Western European countries, in combination with the appreciation of the Polish zloty, will lower the growth of Polish exports and have negative impact on the country's GDP growth.

Council member also pointed out that domestic

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