Prime Minister: Polish economic policy is meant to serve Polish businesses

The issues discussed at the meeting included economic development, tools supporting expansion of Polish businesses to foreign markets and cooperation between public administration and business.


Photo: Krystian Maj / Chancellery of the Prime Minister of Poland

Prime Minister emphasised that the development of Polish businesses is the most important thing for both entrepreneurs and the government. He also stressed how important it is to make profits on international markets, since "this is how Polish capital and foundations for long-term development are created". According to him, domestic businesses should develop in the spirit of the so-called "four Is": innovation, investment, institutions and internationalisation.

Mateusz Morawiecki reminded that the government has already implemented a number of solutions to facilitate and support the functioning of Polish enterprises. These include the Business Constitution and the tightening of the tax system. "Today, I want to listen to your needs, because they are our priority" - said the head of the government, addressing the entrepreneurs.

Prime Minister stressed that today's discussion is primarily aimed at working out the best possible mechanisms to support our business both at home and abroad. "I do hope that it will be another step forward in the process of developing the concept of Poland Joint-Stock Company" - he added in the end.

During the meeting, three thematic workshops were held:

·       business - state relations in the tax area - with the participation of Tadeusz Kościński, Minister of Finance;

·       stability of regulations - instruments supporting development, foreign expansion and EU regulations which limit competitiveness - with the participation of Jadwiga Emilewicz, Minister of Development;

·       EU funds, their use and absorption capacity by Polish businesses - with the participation of Małgorzata Jarosińska - Jedynak, Minister of Development Funds and Regional Policy.


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