Decalogue of Polish Affairs. Prime Minister on ideas for companies

Decalogue of Polish Affairs.  Prime Minister on ideas for companies

Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki presented the Decalogue of Polish Affairs, a list of ideas that would help create a non-partisan government. Ideas for enterprises are an important part.

The Decalogue of Polish Affairs, i.e. the most important issues for Poles, according to Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, is an idea that is intended to help create a common, non-party government.

Credit holidays and VAT 0%.

The Prime Minister began by presenting the projects that PiS will soon submit to the Sejm.

– Credit holidays are an act that is intended to give Polish families a break in repaying loan installments. I hope that the Left and Third Way will support our proposals, said Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.

– We have also introduced VAT relief on food up to 0%. We are now doing the same through the parliamentary path, in cooperation with the government. There will be more money left in the wallets of Polish seniors and families because inflation is falling, but it is still at a high level – he added.

Public finances in good condition

We have significantly improved the state of public finances. During the PO era, the public debt in relation to the entire economy increased to 7.5%, so that it did not exceed the 60% threshold, our predecessors had to take over OFE, but also sell off national wealth – said the Prime Minister.

– We took the second part of the OFE, we did not steal the family silverware, and the public debt in relation to GDP decreased – he added.

Shield and stability for small and medium-sized companies

– ZUS holidays for companies that are in a difficult situation are PSL’s demand. We tried to provide relief to companies in other ways, but voluntary ZUS is an important requirement. We are ready to discuss it, said the Prime Minister.

Among the ideas appreciated by Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki was the Poland 2050 demand, i.e. VAT payment only after paying the invoice. – There were doubts here regarding the European Commission, but I think that a common government would be able to convince the European Commission – said the Prime Minister. He also mentioned solutions such as shields for companies, extension of the vacatio legis, small ZUS on a permanent basis, and depreciation of fixed assets for SMEs.

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