IMF reduces Poland’s credit line

The Ministry of Finance and the National Bank of Poland (Narodowy Bank Polski) have asked the IMF to reduce its flexible credit line (FCL) from $33.8 billion to $25 billion. The offer was initially accepted, according to Polish daily Puls Biznesu. The credit line is at Poland’s disposal since 2009 and served as a lifeline….

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