Bank Tax Imperils Polish Debt Sales as Lenders Vet Credit PlansBy
Law & Justice sends $1.8 billion asset levy to parliament
Commerzbank AG's local unit steers clear of Eurobonds
A long-anticipated tax on Polish banks has started its journey through parliament, threatening to curb bond issuance by lenders as they cut back on lending.
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