President signs single economic zone bill

President Andrzej Duda has signed the bill making the entire territory of Poland one large Special Economic Zone, instead of the 14 currently existing ones and covering 25,000 hectares (0.08 percent of the country’s area), which offer tax breaks for investors settling there.

Locked content Cabinet approves draft on expanding SEZs

The government approved plans to expand investors’ incentives reserved for the Special Economic Zones (SEZ) onto entire Poland’s territory. The authorities hope that such expansion will “make Poland even more attractive place for investors by creating conditions favorable to ambitious economic endea...

Locked content ARP: Investment outlays in our SEZs last year reached PLN 5.5 bln

The value of investment outlays in two special economic zones managed by the Industrial Development Agency (ARP) reached PLN 5.5 billion. As many as 71 permits for conducting business activity has been issued, and 3.5k new jobs have been created last year, ARP said. The PLN 5.5 billion figure is the...

Locked content FinMin wants to expand SEZ to cover the entire country

Expanding Special Economic Zones to cover the entire country could speed up investments, particularly in municipalities that have thus far been neglected, said Deputy PM and Finance Minister Mateusz Morawiecki. The ministry has submitted a relevant draft bill for consultations. “We would like to sta...

Locked content Poland to expand SEZ incentives into whole country

The Ministry of Development plans to expand investors’ incentives reserved for the Special Economic Zones (SEZ) onto entire Poland’s territory, hoping that it will increase investment to PLN 117.2 billion and help create some 158,300 new jobs by 2027. “Our proposition is not a minor adjustment, but ...