Poland should mull easing tax burden on corporate loan books
"From my point of view, since there should be a lesser need for supporting consumption and a stronger need for supporting investments, I would see lower burdens on loans for companies," Morawiecki said, adding that a review of the effects of Poland's new taxes should come as soon as possible.
Poland's tax on select financial institutions will tax bank assets with exception of Treasuries, with a rate of 0.44% annually. The tax is to be implemented as of February.
Poland is also planning to tax large retailers, but details of the proposal are yet unknown. ■