In the second quarter of 2021, representatives of the Entrepreneurship Council submitted comments on key projects for the future of Poland. The organization's representatives appealed for the necessary changes to the solutions presented in the documents relating to the Polish Governance, the National Reconstruction Plan, the Polish Energy Policy 2040, and the Polish Industrial Policy.
The upcoming legislative and structural changes related to the announcement and planned introduction of the Polish Order and other strategic economic projects as well as counteracting the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic were the main areas of activity of the Enterprise Council chaired by ABSL.
"In recent months, under the leadership of ABSL, the Entrepreneurship Council published seven positions and appeals. As part of the ongoing dialogue with the public administration, representatives of the Council also developed a number of recommendations regarding the promotion of the vaccination program, planned tax changes, and new regulations regarding the protection of personal data that were transferred The representatives of Council also communicated the positions of Polish business to the government side during working meetings with Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, Deputy Prime Minister Jarosław Gowin and Minister of Finance Tadeusz Kościński," Jacek Levernes, Honorary President of ABSL, commented.
In early May, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and Deputy Prime Minister Jarosław Kaczyński announced the assumptions of the Polish Order – a program of far-reaching legislative changes affecting the development and economy of Poland. The planned new levies and economic transformations will have a significant impact on business operations in Poland.
At the end of May, the Entrepreneurship Council published its position on the Polish Order, in which it emphasizes that investments and innovations are the conditions for further economic development. The division and redistribution of state income, which is the main interest of the authors of the Polish Deal, should be balanced by solutions supporting the building of a favorable legal environment for investors and innovators.