Poland's key interest rate should rise to 7.00%, says c.banker

March 22, 2023 11:00 PM AEDT | By Reuters
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WARSAW, March 22 (Reuters) - Poland's main interest rate should rise to 7.00% in order to effectively tackle infaltion, central banker Przemyslaw Litwiniuk said on Wednesday.

"In the Budget Act, the government assumed an interest rate of 7.00% and I agree with the government," he told news website Gazeta.pl. Poland's main interest rate is currently at 6.75%.

(Reporting by Alan Charlish and Pawel Florkiewicz)


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