Bratkowski Says Polish Zloty Is Still ‘Somewhat Undervalued’
The Polish zloty is still “somewhat undervalued,” Andrzej Bratkowski, a member of the Monetary Policy Council, said in an interview with TVN CNBC television late yesterday.
Bratkowski told TVN he counts on a gradual, “not very strong” zloty appreciation, adding that he can’t rule that the currency may weaken because of the European debt crisis.
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