Poland to finance 75pct of 2013 borrowing needs on domestic market
October 8, 2012
Poland will finance 75% of its 2013 borrowing needs on the domestic bond market, with the majority of foreign financing to be denominated in the euro, deputy Finance Minister Wojciech Kowalczyk told the daily Rzeczpospolita.
Among buyers of Polish debt are central banks from other countries, mainly Asia, but also Europe and the Middle East, the official said.
Foreign investors now hold 35% of Poland's total debt, Kowalczyk added.