Investors that are already present on the Polish market, or just entering it, can count on excellent conditions for investment and also gain direct support. Apart from investment incentives provided through Gmina (local authority) councils and various forms of aid, e.g. within the Special Economic Zones, firms can also receive assistance from the EU structural funds.
Between 2007 and 2015 our country will jointly receive over 67 billion EUR from the EU’s budget. These funds are intended to raise the economic competitiveness, among others, through of a thorough transport infrastructure reform. The country’s Eastern regions and the rural areas are the priority of the modernisation policy for the near future.
The EU grants may be allocated to projects from virtually all sectors of the economy. Poland is scheduled to be the largest beneficiary of EU funding in the coming years. In order to successfully control their distribution and use, Operational Programmes, Regional Operational Programmes and the Operational Programme for European Territorial Cooperation (Interreg IV), have been established.
Make use of Poland’s advantages in the EU!
Between 2007 and 2015 Poland will be the EU’s largest recipient of funding. Our Agency provides investors with assistance at every stage of the investment process, in order to fully make use of the possibilities that are available in Poland.