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    PM Mateusz Morawiecki’s visit to Construction Company ‘Strzelbud’ in Kwidzyn

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    In a recent address in Kwidzyn, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki highlighted the government’s commitment to serving Polish entrepreneurs. Lower taxes, robust infrastructure, and various government programs contribute to the dynamic growth of Polish enterprises. Regional investments not only create job opportunities but also foster economic development in local communities.

    Prime Minister Morawiecki underlined the pivotal role of Polish firms in local projects, such as road construction and cycling pathways. The government’s initiatives, including the Local Investment Fund, Strategic Investment Program, and Road Development Fund, empower local entrepreneurs to participate in essential infrastructure projects.

    The premier emphasized the profound impact of these efforts, noting that the current era witnesses a 6 to 10-fold increase in local road and infrastructure projects, enhancing residents’ accessibility and quality of life.

    Furthermore, the government’s financial support to local administrations for new ventures translates into improved living conditions and job prospects. Policies like reduced corporate income tax for smaller businesses and various relief programs demonstrate the government’s commitment to aiding Polish enterprises through challenging times.

    Prime Minister Morawiecki stated that the transformative changes, substantial investments, and tailored assistance for both businesses and local governments are unparalleled in Poland’s history, contributing to a stronger economy and brighter future.

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