WARSAW -- Commercial creditors holding more than half of Poland's $13 billion debt have committed themselves to a restructuring deal reached in March, paving the way for its implementation, chief negotiator Krzysztof Krowacki said.

Mr. Krowacki said commitments were still coming in Tuesday and the number of waivers from creditors for the buyback option in the deal was approaching 95% of debt value - a threshold needed for that option to come through.

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