Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki at the New York Stock Exchange: Solidarity in social and economic life is Poland’s trademark

During discussions held at the New York Stock Exchange, I was reassured that Poland is being treated as a country which has been progressing fast economically and gives good prospects for business said the head of the government during his visit to the offices of the New York Stock Exchange.


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Photo: Adam Guz / Chancellery of The Prime Minister of Poland

The Prime Minister emphasised that what the investors are expecting is Poland’s economic stability. He added that Poland still lacks capital, which is why we want international investors to cooperate with the ones based in our country.

The head of the government referred to the changes currently taking place in the Polish economy. At the Stock Exchange, I talked about our tax order – these are the things that leave a very good impression the Prime Minister stressed. Solidarity in social and economic life is Poland’s trademark he added. As he explained, The tightening of the tax system laid the foundation for our little economic miracle. This is why we are able to provide funds for grand social measures, such as the 500+ and 75+ programmes, but also for infrastructure said the head of the government.

The Prime Minister also recalled the recent decision of the FTSE Russell agency placing Poland among developed countries. He pointed out that is it a very important symbol that Poland is progressing fast and that its institutional and legal environment is transparent.


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