Poland's budget revenues stable in February
Poland's budget surplus of PLN 876.3 million (EUR 189.4 million) at the end of February shows that state revenues have remained at a stable level despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Finance Minister Tadeusz Kościński told news agency PAP.
According to the finance ministry, Poland's budget revenue in February came to about PLN 30.4 billion (EUR 6.6 billion), 2.6%, or PLN 0.8 billion above the February 2020 figure.
This year's budget foresees state income at PLN 404.4 billion, outlays at PLN 486.7 billion and a maximum deficit of PLN 82.3 billion.
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