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Oct. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk said today that he sees “no reason” for the government to change its economic growth forecasts in the 2012 draft budget.
The government’s budget deficit for this year will be “clearly” narrower than the 40.2 billion-zloty budget limit, meaning that Poland’s fiscal consolidation plans are on track and don’t need amending, Tusk told reporters at a press conference in Warsaw.
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