Following criticism after the rejection of the tax amnesty bill by the Constitutional Tribunal, Polish Finance Minister Grzegorz Kolodko has recommended closing a 1.3 billion zloty (324 million Euro) gap in the 2003 budget draft with higher revenues from the National Bank of Poland's net profit.
The rejection by the Constitutional Tribunal last Wednesday means that next year's budget of the ministry's tax amnesty bill, which had been expected to raise such a sum, will be 600 million zlotys shor...


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