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In Poland there is neither an internet portal nor an institution for employers responsible for monitoring the legislation process of regulations that determine the rules for business activity. At present employers  learn about changes in the law mainly from mass media or simply through the grapevine, usually with delay.



One cannot seriously think about saving the Gdańsk Shipyard without a sound recovery plan


The Employers of Poland have repeatedly engaged themselves in activities aimed at maintaining production at the Gdańsk Shipyard. Unfortunately, despite significant capital commitment of the Industrial Development Agency, the current owner has not been able to bring the plant to the path of sustained profitability.


A new business plan, prepared by the majority shareholder, was supposed to be a chance for the Gdańsk Shipyard. However, it turned out to be unrealistic. Having this in mind, according to the Employers of Poland, any further commitment of taxpayers' money in an investment that generates significant losses would, instead of profit, bring about more losses.


- Keeping up the Gdańsk Shipyard without a credible recovery plan is not only pointless, but also can be considered as  acting to the detriment of the Treasury – stress the experts of the Employers of Poland. In their view, a possible bankruptcy of the Gdańsk Shipyard can be the beginning of a recovery process that failed to be carried out by the foreign owner.