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AHK Workshop summary (12th May, 2015)

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Date22 May 2015
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Against the backdrop of strong and stable economic relations between Poland and Germany, many companies from both countries are already conducting their business activities in the neighbouring country. Despite the geographical proximity and similar functioning legal and financial system, there are many regulations which are specific only for each country.

Business in Germany

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Date23 Apr 2015
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getsix® Group became a partner of the second edition of the “Business in Germany” project. The aim of this project is to identify five promising Polish start-ups and facilitate the exchange of knowledge, making contacts and gaining know-how, as a result of which their solutions can be implemented on the...
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Best company for a family business

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Date07 Aug 2014
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Many undertakings conducting activity in our country, are family undertakings. Such a business may also be conducted in a company. The law does not provide for any special limitations or requirements for companies comprised of family members. They may choose between a civil-law partnership and commercial companies (partnerships/companies). Partnerships include:...
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Poland most attractive for foreign investors in CEE

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Date28 May 2014
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Poland again outclassed all countries in Central and Eastern Europe in terms of investment attractiveness. Scoring 4.76 out of 6 points, Poland overtook the Czech Republic and Slovakia. This is the main outcome of 9th Economic Survey of Polish -German Chamber of Industry and Commerce (AHK Poland). EU membership is...
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Doing Business in Poland

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Date16 Jul 2013
Fast growing economy Poland has pursued a policy of economic liberalization since 1990 and today stands out as a success story among transition economies. Poland is the 6th largest economy in the European Union and one of the fastest growing economies in Central Europe. It is the only member country...
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Administrative Requirements

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Date27 May 2013
Legal requirements In order to operate properly, each company must meet a number of legal requirements. This section presents the key issues, which must be taken into consideration while running a business in the territory of Poland as a commercial company. Each commercial company must be registered in the registry...
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Types of Business Entities

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Date23 May 2013
According to the Polish legal framework, economic activities may be carried out in many various forms. Below is a presentation of their characteristics. Sole proprietorship (self-employment; individual business entity) For a private individual to be allowed to conduct his or her sole economic activity, he or she must be registered in the...
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Informations about Poland

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Date26 Mar 2013
Introduction Poland, officially Rzeczpospolita Polska is a democratic state in Central Europe. Capital and largest city of the country is Warsaw. Poland is based on its area is the seventh largest country in Europe and is ranked 62 of the world’s largest countries. Geographically, the Polish state is mostly a...
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