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Currencies in the region have been dropping as investors slowly withdraw, fearing their investments are being jeopardised by the growing economic crisis.


Polands economy is fundamentally sound it was announced by the countrys central bank chief earlier today. Along with the currencies of Hungary, Romania and the Czech Republic, the Polish zloty has been declining against the euro.


The four nations have united to deliver supporting statements of financial optimism in the face of economic ambivalence.

The governor of the National Bank of Poland commented that due to the fundamental factors and the economic perspective that stems from them, Poland belongs to a group of countries that distinguish themselves in a positive light among emerging economies.

Continuing, he said, "our common responsibility is to make Poland's partners aware of these facts.

Currencies in the region have been dropping as investors slowly withdraw, fearing their investments are being jeopardised by the growing economic crisis. The consequences could mean heightened import prices and stifled foreign debt repayments.

That said, the zloty finally stabilised this week at approximately 4.7 to the euro.

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