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Legislation Monitoring Centre
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.



Deregulation may have a positive impact on Polish economy


The government passed an act on the simplification of economic activity. – Suggested changes may contribute to decreasing bureaucracy by restricting the information and administrative obligations for entrepreneurs. As a consequence, their financial liquidity should improve – says Arkadiusz Pączka, Director of the Legislation Monitoring Centre of Employers of Poland.


Deregulation could prove a real support for companies intending to start new investments  and is  a continuation of efforts initiated by the Ministry of Economy a few years ago. The fourth deregulation package includes a.o. decreased ZUS payment obligations, increased accessibility of export insurance guaranteed by the Treasury, wider accessibility of court rulings and the possibility of submitting declarations instead of certificates


Border controls in sea ports will also be shortened to 24 hours and the deadline for settling VAT in import by Authorised Economic Operators will be extended, which will enable our sea ports to compete with their foreign counterparts. Moreover, the Ministry of Economy would also like the right to an extended VAT settlement deadline to include not only authorized importers, but the entrepreneurs who settle taxes through their agency. Sadly, the Ministry of Finance is opposed to such a solution.



Arkadiusz Pączka, Director of the Legislation Monitoring Centre of Employers of Poland