Polish finance minister has signed a regulation that will keep VAT on basic foodstuffs at a zero rate in the first half of 2023.
The Polish government has no plans at the moment to veto EU projects in order to pressure the European Commission into unlocking Poland’s access to billions of euros in EU pandemic-recovery funding, finance minister has said.
In 2022, Poland's real GDP growth will be 4.6 percent and next year the situation will deteriorate, the finance minister has said, predicting GDP growth in 2023 at 1.7 percent.
Inflation in Poland is likely to continue to increase and will reach 16.4 percent year on year in September, up from 16.1 percent reported in August, the finance minister has said.
The recently-approved EU post-pandemic funding of the Polish economy will help improve deteriorating economic sentiment, the finance minister has told PAP.
The prime minister said at a press conference on Tuesday that President Andrzej Duda had accepted his motion to appoint the head of the National Revenue Administration (KAS) as the head of the finance ministry.