Prime Minister Beata Szydło on the results of the “Economy Plus” programme Poland is among the top best developing countries in the European Union

GUS data on the decrease of unemployment in Poland to 8.1 percent show that we are a dynamically developing country, a dynamically developing economy, said Prime Minister Beata Szydło in Wola Gutowska near Jedlińsk (Mazowieckie).


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The synergy of pro-social and pro-developmental programmes of PIS government

The recent days confirm that Polish economy is successful. GUS data confirm that the “Responsible Growth Plan” is consistently implemented by all ministries and brings results. Unemployment dropped to 8.1 percent in March, emphasised Prime Minister Beata Szydło at a press conference at Radmot company. She added that we were a dynamically developing country and an economy, which continues to raise the bar. Economy, industry, development, family and security are priorities, which we have been implementing consistently from the beginning, she said.

Prime Minister Beata Szydło emphasised that the government development strategy implemented for 1,5 years envisages the development to be sustainable and bring benefits to all citizens and regions. Poland is a safe and developing country with a good climate for entrepreneurs, said Prime Minister Beata Szydło inviting investors to the country on Vistula river.

Poland in the EU top or “Economy Plus” in practice

Poland is currently among the top best developing countries in the European Union, said Prime Minister Beata Szydło. It is the result of ambitious government pro-development and pro-social programmes stimulating economic growth. Corporate income tax for small businesses has been reduced from 19% to 15%. We have introduced numerous solutions improving the climate for business in connection with social programmes and the flagship 500+, Prime Minister emphasised the synergy of pro-social and pro-development programmes.

Positive consumer and entrepreneur sentiments continue to rise, indicators on industrial production, exports and unemployment reduction are improving. We are going in the right direction, said Prime Minister. Prime Minister thanked for the initiative of Polish companies, as the data would not be so good, but for entrepreneurs, which use the time of economic growth. Prime Minister Beata Szydło gave Mazovian Radmot, which had started its operations employing only several people, as an example. This year Radmot shall take part in the international trade fair in Hanover, where it will present its potential and seek partners. The government of Prime Minister Beata Szydło prepares the legal environment for the business to be able to benefit from good law and implement the “Economy Plus” programme in practice.


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