Rafał Sura z RPP: Record-low interest rates have been “optimal” for Poland’s recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic and should be maintained

Rafał Sura z RPP: Record-low interest rates have been “optimal” for Poland’s recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic and should be maintained

Prof dr. hab Rafał Sura, członek Rady Polityki Pieniężnej (fot. Archiwum)

Record-low interest rates have been “optimal” for Poland’s recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic and should be maintained, according to central banker Rafal Sura.

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Prof dr. hab Rafał Sura, członek Rady Polityki Pieniężnej (fot. Archiwum)

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