The trade tax had two goals: to level the playing field in terms of competition between smaller and larger companies, and to indirectly counteract the expansion of foreign retail chains in Poland. In practice, however, in the electronics and household appliances industry, only Polish companies will pay this tax. Their biggest competitor, the German corporation Media Markt, divided its stores into separate companies and will not pay a penny. This proves that the trade tax will not only fail to achieve the goals intended by the legislator, but will also be a burden to domestic enterprises, thus worsening their position on the market…
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