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Doing business in Poland

17-09-2010 12:58 by Krzysztof Bukański

The principal legal act governing business activity in Poland is the Economic Freedom Act of 2 July 2004 .

It regulates the undertaking, running and winding-up of businesses in Poland, as well as tasks of the public administration in this regard.

Invest in Poland

Investors can choose the most relevant form for their business from the list below:


1. Entry in the Business Activity Register (Wpis do ewidencji działalności gospodarczej)

2. Civil Partnership (Spółka cywilna)

3. Registered Partnership (Spółka jawna)

4. Limited partnership (Spółka komandytowa)

5. Limited Joint-Stock Partnership (Spółka komandytowo-akcyjna)  

6. Professional Partnership (Spółka partnerska)

7. Limited Liability Company (Spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością)

8. Joint-Stock Company (Spółka akcyjna)

9. Branch Office (Oddział)

10. Representative Office (Przedstawicielstwo)

Which organisational form of doing business is the most appropriate for entrepreneurs and in which stage?

Source: PAIZ

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