Polish Budget Deficit Proposal Is ‘Superambitious,’ Belka Says
The Polish government’s plan to cut the budget deficit to 2.9 percent of gross domestic product next year is “superambitious,” central bank Governor Marek Belka was quoted as saying by the Warsaw-based National Bank of Poland’s obserwatorfinansowy.pl website today.
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