Sealing the tax system. We introduced measures to benefit honest business owners and the wider society.
Record low unemployment. The labour market in Poland is experiencing a boom that has not been recorded since 1989.
Lowering the CIT tax rate from 19% to 15%. This enables small and medium enterprises to further develop and invest in their businesses. The government has since lowered CIT to 9%, the lowest level in the EU.
Increasing the income tax-free allowance. As a result, more money was left in taxpayers’ pockets.
Reforming the tax administration. Now it is much easier for business owners to work with the tax administration and officials.
Repolonizing the banking sector. Thanks to our activities, capital is back in Polish hands.
Poland's promotion to the group of developed countries. Our leadership and economic governance was identified by the FTSE Russell agency.
The Polish zloty is one of the strongest world currencies in 2017. The dynamic and stable development of the country has drawn investors’ confidence, who recognized the zloty as a safe and attractive currency.
Developing our capital market. Professional management of state treasury assets meant that investments on the Warsaw Stock Exchange guaranteed high rates of return.
Decreasing public debt. We have proved that we are able to defend the state budget and meet our manifesto promises.
Decreasing the number of Poles considering emigration for work. Increasing wages and an improving situation on the labour market has created good prospects to stay and live in Poland.