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Poland Cuts 2010 Budget Gap to 7.8% of GDP, Revises Debt Figure

October 21, 2011

Oct. 21 (Bloomberg) -- Poland has revised downward last year’s general government deficit to 7.8 percent of gross domestic product, from the previous estimate of 7.9 percent, the Central Statistical Office in Warsaw said today.

The 2010 public-debt ratio was revised to 54.9 percent of GDP, the office said in a statement. All figures were according to European Union accounting rules.

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