Polish Central Banker Tied to Ruling Party Nominated as GovernorBy and
Glapinski picked for 6-year term by president to replace Belka
Poland in throes of institututional crisis under new cabinet
Adam Glapinski, a member of Poland’s Monetary Policy Council for the past six years, was named to head the central bank, as authorities look to placate markets rattled by political divisions tearing at the European Union’s biggest eastern economy.
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