Poland's leading political parties are vying for voters from the business sector.
As Rzeczpospolita reports, the opposition Law and Justice (PiS) party has taken to the offensive in addressing the problems of the Polish business sector.
Owners of small and medium-sized businesses form a group that is becoming an important bellwether come election time. They are also becoming particularly important targets when the top two parties (Civic Platform and PiS) are just about tied in the polls.
According to Poland's Central Statistical Office, some 1.67 million companies are active across the country, 99.8 percent of them small and medium-sized businesses.
Following PiS's lead, Poland's other parties have now started throwing their support behind Polish business.
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