May 2007
Emerging Europe Monitor: Central Europe & Baltic States;May2007, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p4
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The article presents information on the political and economic risks in Poland. A law was passed which requires several civil servants, teachers and journalists to sign an oath stating whether the collaborated with the communist secret police. The National Bank of Poland retained the 4.00% interest on March 28, 2007, but announced that it plans to raise borrowing costs. The Polish government announced on March 30, 2007 that it would reinstate the annual indexation of pensions and benefits.


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