Belka Defends Mandate as Polish Vote Puts Focus on Central BankBy
Dominant showing by opposition puts spotlight on central bank
Belka says efforts to force bank to print money are `illegal'
Governor Marek Belka fended off what he called “illegal” calls by politicians for the Polish central bank to print money for budget financing as a landslide election win by the country’s opposition on Sunday raised the threat of pressure on policy makers to spur economic growth.
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