Business Guide – Poland
"Dramatic changes" would be an appropriate term to summarise what has happened in Poland since the fall of communism. Few other places in Eastern and Central Europe have witnessed the same sort of development.
We hope that this guide to doing business in Poland will act as a source of reference that can provide answers to a whole range of questions about the terms and conditions that apply when setting up and running a company in Poland. It is not necessarily a book that needs to be read from cover to cover; rather it is a collection of facts to which the reader can refer for basic guidance in a number of relevant areas.
Every care has been taken to ensure that the information presented in this guide is correct and accurate. However, the reader should be aware that the general framework of Poland’s legislation and the detailed regulations underpinning it are still subject to frequent changes.
Therefore, anyone wishing to do business in Poland should seek professional advice before making any final decision. In addition, if there is any significant lapse of time between the determination of any business strategy and its implementation, all critical strategic advice should be re-examined and confirmed.
Danske Bank, KPMG and Mazanti-Andersen, Korsų Jensen & Partnere cannot be held liable for any misinterpretation of the information presented in this guide.
The following information is in PDF format:
Table of contents
Chapter 1, Preface
Chapter 2, Legal aspects of doing business in Poland
Chapter 3, Taxation of individuals
Chapter 4, Corporate taxation
Chapter 5, Value added tax, customs and excise duties and energy taxes
Chapter 6, Banking in Poland
Chapter 7, Useful addresses
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