Poland has won the case in the General Court of EU against the European Commission regarding retailer tax. The court ruled on Thursday that the EC had made a mistake by considering the tax as state aid and annulled the EU's decision on the contested measure.
The 20th Schuman Parade passed along the streets of Warsaw on Saturday, under the motto "We choose Europe" and in honour of international Europe Day, also known as Schuman Day.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the European Comission sent wishes to Poland on the occasion of the 228th anniversary of the Constitution of May 3rd on Friday.
On Monday, in Brussels, Gaz-System S.A., a Polish gas transmission operator, signed a contract for co-financing of the Baltic Pipe gas pipeline, thanks to which natural gas from Norway will be transported to Poland.
Witold Waszczykowski, who served as foreign minister from 2015-18, wrote his misgivings in an opinion piece published on the Onet website.
Poland will offer tax incentives for issuers and investors, improve the operation of tax administration and supervision bodies and simplify regulations under the country's new Capital Market Development Strategy published by the Finance Ministry on Thursday.
With the finance ministry estimating it will have recouped a total of around PLN 25bn in 2016-2018, Polish Economic Institute director, Piotr Arak, told TFN: “This is one of the biggest success stories in the EU.
The European Commission's Article 7 proceedings against Poland may have been inspired by 'a love of the chase', PM Mateusz Morawiecki said on Thursday in Bratislava, the Slovakian capital.
Agnieszka Kaźmierczak, a director at the European Commission since 2005, has been promoted to head the EU's Euratom Supply Agency (ESA).
Poland supports the EC's plan to fight disinformation, Poland's European affairs minister Konrad Szymański said after a Tuesday meeting of EU European ministers in brussels.