July 2005
Emerging Europe Monitor: Central Europe & Baltic States;Jul2005, Vol. 12 Issue 7, p4
Country Report
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The article presents information related to political risk, economic risk and business environment in Poland. Dates for the Polish parliamentary and presidential elections have finally been announced. Votes for both the upper and lower houses of parliament are due on September 2005, with presidential elections on October 9, 2005. The government believes that the Polish budget deficit is broadly on course to meet its target, despite the prospect of an acrimonious general election in September 2005. The Polish government remains committed to achieving its ambitious Polish zloty 5.7 billion privatization revenue target for 2005.


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