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Oct. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Poland as an exporting country can benefit from a weaker zloty as long as its depreciation remains “under control,” Finance Minister Jacek Rostowski said today in Warsaw.
The central bank was right to intervene in the currency markets over the past two weeks, selling foreign currencies and buying zloty, to show that investors can’t count on reaping profits by betting on a weaker zloty, Rostowski said during a lecture at Warsaw Technical University.
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