Poland Can Better Assess Budget Risks After Vote, Rostowski Says

Poland’s government will be in a better position to assess the risks to economic growth posed by global turmoil after the Oct. 9 general election, when a new cabinet may amend the draft budget, Finance Minister Jacek Rostowski told reporters today in Warsaw.

Polish law stipulates that any draft law that not passed by parliament expires when lawmakers’ four-year term ends, Rostowski said.

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