Poland's tax system to be fairer after "reset"

Poland’s finance minister has said the government will “reset” the country’s tax system to make it fairer.

Minister of Finance, Funds and Regional Policy Tadeusz Koscinski, speaking to Polish Radio One on Tuesday, explained that the goal of the planned reset is to ensure consumers keep as much money in their pockets as possible.

"Poland has a tax system in which those who earn less pay more taxes than those with higher incomes," he said. "Here, there will be a bit of a reset. Our strategy is not to raise taxes," the minister emphasised.

The minister, however, did not provide any details on changes or when they might occur.