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Domestic firms generate more than one third of Poland's GDP

May 17th, 2018

Polish companies generate more than one third of the country's GDP and are the biggest employer in Poland as well as investing more than international corporations, accrding to a recent report on the Polish economy prepared by Polityka Insight. Poland has 662,000 entrepreneurs who run 884,000 companies. An entrepreneur was defined as a founder and administrator of a business that employs at least one person, according to Polityka Insight's chief economist, Adam Czerniak. This is aimed at excluding from the research self-employed people as well as joint-stock companies with dispersed ownership, he added. There are about 1.2 million self-employed people in Poland plus tens of thousands of foreign company owners, Czerniak added.


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