Almost 65 percent of Poles are against the euro currency being introduced to Poland, a new survey by the Institute of Economic and Social Research (IBRiS) for commercial Radio ZET shows. At the same time, only 24.5 percent of all respondents want the euro currency. Respondents who “strongly disagree” are the largest group, 49 percent, […]
Poland’s economic success has been achieved partly because the country kept its own currency, and it would be a huge mistake to get rid of it, writes Adam Glapiński, the head of Poland’s Central Bank (NBP) in his article for Polish daily ‘Dziennik Gazeta Prawna’(DGP)
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