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Poland’s S&P Lowered Credit Rating Shows Propaganda Effects – Tusk

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The international rating agency Standard & Poor’s (S&P) recent downgrade of Poland’s credit rating showed that some authorities believed reports of a negative economic situation in the country, European Council President Donald Tusk said Monday.

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BRUSSELS (Sputnik) On Friday, S&P cut Poland's foreign currency rating to BBB+ with a negative outlook from A-, a positive outlook.

"This narrative of a catastrophic economic situation in Poland could have led to somebody believing it… We don’t believe it, however, somebody outside has believed in it, for example, the latest rating by the S&P agency proves that somebody can believe in this very negative image of Poland," Tusk said during a joint press conference with Polish President Andrzej Duda.

The European Council president added that the latest anti-Poland propaganda caused negative consequences on some Polish companies and nationals.

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