Polish Investment Zone stable despite pandemic

The Polish Investment Zone, which covers the entire area of the country, has been developing steadily despite the coronavirus epidemic, with new investments worth EUR 3.31 billion in 2020, a deputy prime minister has said.

"The development of the Polish Investment Zone remains stable despite the COVID-19 pandemic," Jaroslaw Gowin, a deputy prime minister and development minister, wrote on Twitter.

"In 2020, 369 (investment) decisions were issued, 4 percent more than in 2019. They are worth more than PLN 15 billion (EUR 3.31 billion) in total and involve a declared 6,000 new jobs," he added.

The Polish Investment Zone offers tax relief on new investments to all investors, regardless of size, across Poland.