Polish Finance Ministry Confident About Financing Higher Budget Gap
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Kowalczyk said. Additionally the ministry is likely to continue its policy of financing next year’s borrowing needs earlier. In the fourth quarter the ministry is likely to tap international bond markets in order to prepare for the redemption of its euro and dollar denominated bonds in early 2014, while financing domestic needs will depend on the market situation and investors sentiment. “Good market reaction to the latest job market data from the United States shows investors begin to differentiate Poland from other emerging markets like for example Turkey,” Mr. Kowalczyk added.