Entrepreneurs hope that the new government stops the avalanche of regulation which hinders growth.
In Poland, the heap of regulations grows quicker than in neighboring countries – shows a report prepared by Grant Thornton for Employers of Poland. In 2015, 28 000 pages of regulations were created, the most since 1998. In 2012-2014, on average 1750 regulations and bills appeared per year: the corresponding number in Hungary is 1270 and 450 in Czech Republic.
– Let us not refrain from using strong words: bureaucracy starts to resemble a cancer eating Polish economy – believes Andrzej Malinowski, President of Employers of Poland. The organization hold the II edition of the Polish Economic Congress on January 27th, under the motto of “Stop bureaucratism!”. Entrepreneurs hope that the new ruling party which talked a lot about making life easier for entrepreneurs during the election campaign will come good on its promises.