The Polish energy sector is to a significant degree dependent on coal. Approx. 78% of all domestically produced electricity comes from this raw material – at the same time, the average share of solid fuels in the energy mix in the EU amounts to ca. 17%. A gradual reduction of coal-derived electricity and the development of renewable energy sources, required from the point of view of achieving the ambitious climate goals set at the European Union level, will certainly be an enormous infrastructural, economic, and social challenge…
Commentary by the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers regarding the notification obligation concerning the draft act on the amendment of certain acts in connection with promotion of healthy consumer choices
Busometr Index: Serious symptoms of an economic slowdown. Record low investment indicator
Small stores decline trend must be stopped
Protection for Members
The SME sector in Poland is composed of around 1.7m companies. Constituting 99.8% of all of companies operating in Poland, they employ 75% of all working Poles and generate 67% of Polish GDP. Despite this, there are striking cases of violations of business owners’ rights in Poland, performed by state bodies as well as local authorities.
The ZPP provides its members and other business owners with various means of cooperation. We are continuously launching new tools aimed at boosting our ease of doing business and managing our companies.
Improvement of Business Conditions
The ZPP both brings and supports initiatives for the deregulation of Polish business, within the bounds of EU requirements, thereby restoring the competitive balance between Polish and European firms.
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