Mateusz Morawiecki, the prime minister, on Tuesday announced the introduction of a second anti-inflation shield which is a package of tax cuts that are aimed to trim consumer price inflation by up to 1.5 percentage points.
A PLN-10 billion (EUR 2.1 billion) financial shield will deliver the government's “reply” to rising inflation, the Polish prime minister said on Friday in a podcast.
The Polish government will give to society whatever gains the state budget gets owing to rising inflation, the finance minister has said.
The Polish government will introduce a package of tax cuts, including reduction of excise on fuels and electricity, to mitigate the effects of inflation driven up by high gas and electricity costs.
The Polish government is planning to introduce an anti-inflation package that will reduce the excise tax on energy owing to high gas and electricity costs driving up inflation.