The Board of the Polish Business Roundtable is greatly concerned with the recent changes in the Polish tax system proposed by the government. The implementation of a fixed 19-percent flat tax rate for entrepreneurs in 2004 – on the eve of Poland’s accession to the European Union – was a very important factor in the development of Polish business and the competitive position of the entire Polish economy.
The Polish Business Roundtable understands the need to meet the needs of social groups which, for a variety of reasons, are in a difficult economic position and require financial support. However, we are strongly critical of the introduction of additional, targeted taxes, which are meant to satisfy this need but which, in practice, weaken Polish companies that are, and will be, one of the major sources of the state’s financial income.
On January 18th, Małgorzata Durska, Executive Director of the Polish Business Roundtable, presented the Career Program at the fourth edition of the interdisciplinary conference“UCL Leaders: Poland in a Global World” organized by the association of Polish students at the University College London (UCL). “UCL Leaders: Poland in a Global World” is a conference which aims […]
The Polish Business Roundtable hosted the Gala of the 16th edition of Career Program, which offers paid internships for students and alumni of Polish and international universities. On November 7th, the participants of last year’s edition of the Program and graduates from previous years met with representatives of employers, including members of the Polish Business […]
On September 23rd, the Polish Business Roundtable held the debate „Voices of Reason: What do political parties offer entrepreneurs?,” which we organized in cooperation with a leading Polish think tank Polityka Insight. Representatives of the largest election committees took part in the debate. Law and Justice was represented by Leszek Skiba (Undersecretary of State in the […]