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September 2011
Emerging Europe Monitor: Central Europe & Baltic States;
The article reports on the move of the National Bank of Poland to revise the historical data for the country's balance of payments, with amendments stretching back to 2004. It discusses the implications towards the change in the country's balance of payments dynamics. It also predicts that the nation will not experience difficulty in securing sufficient external financing due to the strong import demand, which drive the country's account deficit.


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