Polish investors have signed 47,616 EU co-financed agreements on the implementation of projects worth a total of PLN 386 billion (EUR 90 billion), Deputy Investment and Development Minister Małgorzata Jarosińska-Jedynak said on Monday.
We have not lost a single euro of the 2007-2013 EU budget, Polish Investment and Development Minister Jerzy Kwieciński said on Monday, adding that many countries including Germany, the UK, Spain and Italy had to repay several hundred million euros to Brussels.
Poland received EUR 820.18 million from EU funds in November 2018, including EUR 95.6 mln in current transfers and EUR 724.57 million in capital transfers, the Finance Ministry said in a Monday statement.
The value of investments being carried out in Poland and co-financed by the EU reached PLN 350 billion (EUR 81.58 billion) by Tuesday, Infrastructure Minister Jerzy Kwieciński wrote on Twitter on Tuesday.
Poland received EUR 389.2 million from EU funds in September 2018, including EUR 104.66 million in current transfers and EUR 284.5 million in capital transfers, the Finance Ministry said in Wednesday's statement.
As many as 457 companies and 210 start-up firms benefited from the European Union's Eastern Poland programme designed to support development of the five easternmost Polish provinces, the Investment and Development Ministry said in a statement.
Over EUR 255 million from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) is invested in the construction of a highway section between the cities of Nowe Marzy, Świecie and Bydgoszcz, in Centre-North Poland, along the S5 expressway, the European Commission wrote on Thursday.
Poland's deputy Finance Minister Leszek Skiba said on Tuesday that the use of European Union funds will help accelerate the growth of investments in the country next year.
Warsaw's suburban municipalities, such as Żyrardów, Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki, Maków Mazowiecki and Błonie (central Poland) have received over PLN 27.2 mln (EUR 6.3 mln) of EU funds in the scope of the Regional Operational Programme of Mazowieckie province.
Special incentives for students and highly qualified employees will be included in the new migration policy of the Polish government, which in this way wants to fight the country's workforce shortage, the daily Rzeczpospolita wrote on Thursday.