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Govt adopts a ‘constitution for business’ bill

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Govt adopts a ‘constitution for business’ bill

A proposed legislation contains basic regulations for conducting a business in Poland and should strengthen entrepreneurs' rights.

The aim is to create a model of cooperation between business and administration that would be based on partnership and mutual trust.

The government has stated that at the basis of the new legislation lies an assumption that 99 percent of the companies are legitimate.

In case of a conflict of interpretation of the law, the courts will now be encouraged to settle in favour of the entrepreneurs.

Meanwhile administrative bodies will be forced not to change long-established practices, in order not to confuse business owners.

Despite the administrative sector's negative reaction, the legislation was well received among Polish entrepreneurs.

The government is determined to implement the bill before the 25 October general elections.

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