Category: Polish economy

13
Mar
08
Nov

Good news for the Polish economy – new forecast of the European Commission.

The European Commission has raised the forecast of this year’s GDP growth by 0.7 percentage point, estimates from May this year. – up to 4.2%. This is higher than the government of Beata Szydlo and deputy PM Mateusz Morawiecki, who recently spoke about 4 percent.

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19
Oct
16
Oct

LexPoland Business Consulting as a member of European Economic Forum!

A great chance to meet wonderful people, discuss the challenges as well as new business solutions, and incredible pride in being a part of this annual convention.

We are very glad to have that priceless privilege of participation in European Economic Forum which takes place in Lodz, on 16-17th of October 2017.

07
Oct

EUR 167 billion has been invested by foreign companies in Poland for the last 25 years.

Foreign direct investment in Poland over the past 25 years has been above EUR 167 billion, on average, more than 6 billion euro is transferred to the our country each year. These investments have contributed to the growth of consumer and investment demand, the emergence of modern technologies, the development of enterprises, the improvement of production processes and supply chains, the improvement of the productivity of companies and their employees, wage increases and the decline of unemployment and, consequently, GDP growth in Poland. 

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22
Sep

The CETA agreement comes into force.

The European Union and Canada are beginning to reduce and abolish import tariffs on thousands of goods. The CETA trade agreement, which was negotiated for almost eight years, is partially due to take effect.

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18
Sep

Support for Poland from European Union funds.

Value of investment contracts with the use of EU funds exceeded PLN 200 billion, said Deputy Minister of Development Jerzy Kwieciński. In his opinion, the contribution of investment in economic growth will be increasing, over the whole year the investments may increase by over 3%.

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17
Sep

Having a company in Łódź or Kraków you can get a big grant.

The amount of PLN 129 million in the form of low-interest investment loans will go to companies from the sector of small and medium-sized enterprises in the Lodzkie and Małopolskie voivodeships. The agreement for their implementation with financial intermediaries was signed by Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego.

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07
Sep

Poland is tempting serious investors. The government counts on new workplaces.

The proposals of the Polish government are a signal for the “big business” to invest in Poland. The whole Poland as a one big special economic zone? It is possible – it all depends on how “big global business” is perceiving these proposals and how much others will have financial, economic, or perhaps geopolitical troubles.

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05
Sep

Lower ZUS contributions for the first three years of running a business. The government has a new idea.

The period of preferential payment of social security contributions will be extended to 3 years – proposed MRPiPS. The baseline would be 30 percent of the minimum wage in the first and second year of business and 60% in the third year.

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