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has indicated that Poland "preferred bilateral to formal multilateral rescheduling, hinting that Poland would insist on it* He requested that the I'S review its refusal to accept rescheduling on abasis.
High-level Polish officials meeting last week in Warsaw decided to make bilateral requests of Poland's creditors for assistance, including debt deferral. The Poles also will ask for new Western bank credits and new aeans of financing raw materials purchases. Theyrejected applying for International Monetary Fund and World Bank membership, apparently fearing strong Soviet objections
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