Poland's central bank sees no reason to change interest - rate setter.

By bne IntelliNews September 26, 2011
Poland's central bank will stick to its tight monetary policy since the current economic trends do not justify changes, PAP news agency reported, quoting member of the monetary policy council, Anna Zielinska-Glebocka. She pointed out the strong inflation pressure over the domestic economy as the main reason. The council will abstain from chaotic moves, Zielinska added, commenting on the recent financial market developments.

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