Tampering with currency bad for inflation trends

Gerin, Roseanne
May 2002
Warsaw Business Journal;5/13/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 19, p1
Reports the effect of currency tampering on the inflation rate in Poland. Discussion of the government officials on the possible intervention of the central bank; Opinion of the economists on the weakening of the Polish currency; Indicators of the weakening foreign direct investment.


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