Polish FinMin's FX funds fall to EUR 5.75bn at end of November

By bne IntelliNews December 17, 2013

Total foreign currency funds that the ministry of finance had at its disposal were equivalent of EUR 5.753.4mn (PLN 24,163.1mn) as of the end of November of 2013, according to the ministry's data.
A month earlier, the funds totalled EUR 6.831.0mn (PLN 28,530.3mn).
In October, the ministry paid EUR 156.2mn of principal and EUR 60.6mn in interest payments of the state treasury's foreign debt, it also reported.

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