Hundreds of Polish companies are operating in Ukraine and are "not waiting" for a peace treaty, a government official said on Friday.
Polish companies have already started rebuilding war-torn Ukraine, a Polish daily has reported.
The Polish government has adopted a PLN 5 billion (EUR 1.07 billion) programme of subsidies for sectors that consume excessive amounts of energy to protect them from soaring energy prices.
The number of Polish firms planning to lay people off has increased sharply, year on year, despite employment standing at a record level, a new study has revealed.
The government will offer a total of PLN 800 million (EUR 168 million) to 92 Polish large energy-intensive companies, the development and technology minister has announced.
Polish medium-sized companies (SMEs) are facing an additional burden from a minimum wage hike, seen at PLN 18.16 billion (EUR 3.84 billion) next year, according to the rationale to a government regulation.
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More than 14,600 Polish companies were written off the official registry in August, up 6.9 percent compared to the previous month, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) has reported.
The Polish government plans to offer financial support to businesses affected by the environmental disaster that hit the Odra, Poland's second largest river, the family and social policy minister has said.
The Polish government is looking into ways of increasing the tax burden for state-owned companies that note stronger profits owing to rising prices of commodities, the government spokesperson has said.
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