Poland's budget deficit after January 2013 was zł.8.4 billion, Deputy Finance Minister Hanna Majszczyk said. This is about 23 percent of the plan for 2013, as was expected, she added.
Ms Majszczyk also said that revenues met expectations, while revenues from personal income tax were even higher than planned. The government's plan is for the budget deficit to be zł.35.6 billion at the end of 2013.
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