Courtesy of the European Parliament
Deputy Prime Minister Waldemar Pawlak, who is also Minister of Economy, is overseeing work on an “investment package” to facilitate foreign investment in Poland.
The ministry is proposing dozens of changes to provide incentives for companies, facilitate investment processes and support entrepreneurs. “We have chosen solutions that will most likely be implemented next year. The solutions are inexpensive, on the one hand, and proven, on the other. This is our working plan for the next six to nine months,” said Deputy Economy Minister Ilona Antoniszyn-Klik.
The ministry is taking into account problems reported by investors and is developing proposals to change many types of documents. It is also working on changing the system of support for investments that are significant for the economy, regulations concerning special economic zones, laws governing the real estate business, energy law, regulations concerning environmental protection, and others.
“The direction of the suggested changes is good, but the scope is very broad. Before the document sees the light of day, it should be discussed with the concerned ministry departments, so that these are not simply promises,” said Magdalena Burnat-Mikosz from Deloitte.
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