Poland weighs rejoining IMF to bolster finances

Poland, now trying to keep its head above $24 billion worth of red ink, will talk with International Monetary Fund officials today (Nov. 10) about rejoining the fund.

The IMF and the World Bank have become lending institutions of last resort fo countries that have misused their resources or lived beyond their means.

US governmet sources have said that, in line with the Reagan administration's support of Poland, that country's membership in the IMF would be welcome, since it would mean the country had turned to a Western-dominated institution.

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