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The mission of the Ministry of Economy

The mission of the Ministry of Economy is to create the best conditions in Europe doing business.

 

The vision of the Ministry of Economy

The Ministry of Economy is a professional institution, which implements in consultation with the social partners, government’s economic policy and actively participates in the work of the European Union and international organizations.

 

 

 

Strategic priorities of the Ministry of Economy
1. Promoting entrepreneurship, innovation and competitiveness.
2. Better regulation.
3. The partnership for economic development.
4. Strengthening the Polish brand in the international market.
5. economic security of the country.
6. Efficient administration

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Ministry of Treasury is an organ of public administration. Mission of the Ministry of Treasury is:
– further transformation of the Polish economy by strengthening of the Polish capital market and enhancing competitiveness of the Polish economy,
– enhancing energy and fuel security of the country,
– effective and active supervision of Treasury assets, which exercises due care in maximising return on capital and creating value for all shareholders.

Minister of Treasury is Andrzej Czerwiński.
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PrintPlasticsEurope is one of the leading European trade associations with centres in Brussels, Frankfurt, London, Madrid, Milan and Paris. We are networking with European and national plastics associations and have more than 100 member companies, producing over 90% of all polymers across the EU28 member states plus Norway, Switzerland and Turkey.

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The European plastics industry makes a significant contribution to the welfare in Europe by enabling innovation, creating quality of life to citizens and facilitating resource efficiency and climate protection. More than 1.45 million people are working in more than 60,000 companies (mainly small and medium sized companies in the converting sector) to create a turnover around 320 bn EUR per year. The plastics industry includes polymer producers – represented by PlasticsEurope, converters – represented by EuPC – and machine manufacturers – represented by EUROMAP.
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PrintFertilizers Europe represents the majority of fertilizer producers in Europe and is recognized as the dedicated industry source of information on mineral fertilizers. The association communicates with a wide variety of institutions, legislators, stakeholders and members of the public who seek information on fertilizer technology and topics relating to today’s agricultural, environmental and economic challenges. The Fertilizers Europe website provides information on subjects of relevance to all those interested in fertilizers contribution to global food security.

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The Polish Agency for Enterprise Development (PARP) is a government agency that has been supporting the development of entrepreneurship in Poland for 15 years. The objective of PARP is to support the development of small and medium-sized enterprises, i.e. establishment of new companies, improvement of qualifications and increase in capacity, strengthening of the competitive position based on innovation and modern technologies, creating a friendly business environment and providing conditions for conducting economic activity.

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PARP carries out activities supporting entrepreneurs (as well as: business environment institutions, local government units, state budget units, universities) using state budget funds and European funds. Both before and after the accession of Poland to the European Union, PARP has provided entrepreneurs with financial support, training and advisory support, as well as information support. In 2015 the Agency is responsible for the implementation of measures under three operational programmes: Innovative Economy, Human Capital and Development of Eastern Poland, as well as the programmes under the new financial perspective 2014-2020: Smart Growth, Eastern Poland and Knowledge, Education and Development.
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PrintThe Industrial Development Agency JSC (IDA JSC) is a state-owned company that has been responsible for responding to the vital needs of Polish economy since 1990. During the transformation period, it saved thousands of work places by helping to modernize medium and large companies. Today’s IDA is a dynamic company working within three pillars: innovations, restructuring and investments. The IDA’s portfolio is made up of a variety of companies operating in industries such as construction, power supply, electrical machinery, industrial design and innovative products development. The IDA supervises two special economic zones, EURO-PARK MIELEC and EURO-PARK WISŁOSAN. The Agency has its main office in Warsaw and branch offices in Katowice, Mielec and Tarnobrzeg. Additionally, it owns the PRO ARTE ET HISTORIA Foundation that manages historical sites in Baranów Sandomierski and Krasiczyn.

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