Polish economy grew by 2.0 % in 2012, or by 0.5 percentage points less than it was anticipated in the budget. One should discern the reason for such a low result among others in the crisis in the euro zone and the inaction of the government not taking necessary decisions that would contribute to boosting entrepreneurship.
According to Piotr Wolejko, an expert of the Employers of Poland, the implementation of these changes is essential. - Activities are needed to give an impetus to Polish economy and help stop the continued rise in unemployment. This in turn will increase the consumption thanks to which Polish economy did not fall into recession in 2009. More elasticity is necessary, and that can be achieved by changing the rules on working time, that is why we are pleased that the work in this scope of activity is well under way - says the expert.
The Employers of Poland also point to the need for the abolition of administrative barriers and the streamlining of functioning of the state bureaucracy. - Complicated tax law or building procedures that make it difficult to conduct business should also reach the reform - adds Wolejko.