Balcerowicz exits NBP, legacy at risk

According to this article from Bloomberg, published Wednesday 10 January, as Leszek Balcerowicz steps down as governor of the National Bank of Poland at midnight Wednesday, government attempts to reduce its independence may tarnish his legacy.

"Balcerowicz's focus on cutting inflation has brought him into conflict with the president, 57, and his twin brother, Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski. Balcerowicz said yesterday he hopes his successor will protect the bank's independence," the article

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