Poland does not use IMF's flexible credit line.

By bne IntelliNews January 10, 2012
Poland has not used any resources from its USD 30bn flexible credit line at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), according to the Fund's weekly update. In January of 2011, IMF's executive board approved a successor two-year arrangement for Poland under the FCL in an amount equivalent to SDR 19.17bn (about USD 30bn, or 1.400% of quota). Poland signed the first accord on the FCL's extending in May, 2009, but has not drawn upon these resources since.
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