Fears Banks Could Close Polish Units

17 May 2012

The euro zone debt crisis may force European banks to close their subsidiaries in Poland, even if they are performing well, such as in the case of Allied Irish Bank, according to Marek Belka, governor of the Polish central bank.

The euro zone debt crisis may force European banks to close their subsidiaries in Poland, even if they are performing well, such as in the case of Allied Irish Bank, according to Marek Belka, governor of the Polish central bank.

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