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PPCC Business Mission to Portugal, 13-17 March 2023

13/03/2023 - 17/03/2023
Całodniowe PPCC Business Mission to Portugal, 13-17 March 2023

Business Mission to São Paulo, 15-20 April 2023

15/04/2023 - 20/04/2023
Całodniowe Business Mission to São Paulo, 15-20 April 2023

Get the Polish Champion statuette in the competition “Polish Company – International Champion”

24/10/2022
Całodniowe Get the Polish Champion statuette in the competition "Polish Company - International Champion"

“Doing business in Poland for Ukrainian firms” Webinar with Kochański & Partners

30/06/2022
10:00 - 11:30 "Doing business in Poland for Ukrainian firms" Webinar with Kochański & Partners

Webinar “Polish Order 1 & 2 selection of the optimal form of taxation” with Advicero Nexia and the Belgian Business Chamber

28/06/2022
11:00 - 12:00 Webinar "Polish Order 1 & 2 selection of the optimal form of taxation" with Advicero Nexia and the Belgian Business Chamber

António Costa visits Poland amid the situation in Ukraine

António Costa visits Poland amid the situation in Ukraine. The visit was initiated with a meeting between the Portuguese prime minister with national investors in Poland – Jerónimo Martins, Millenium Bank, and Mota Engil – last Thursday, May 19th, where the perspectives on the polish market and economy and its eventual blockages were the main topic of discussion.

António Costa then reunited with homolog Mateusz Morawiecki on Friday, May 20th, for a conference to discuss the collective European security and the two country’s economic relations. António Costa has announced that “Poland can count with all our support in the effort for their humanitarian help with the Ukrainian refugees” by launching an economic package of up to 50€ million euros to support the Polish humanitarian assistance to Ukrainian refugees. The Portuguese Prime Minister reinforced this commitment while visiting the National State of Warsaw, currently one of the largest refugee centers in Poland: “To these people, we reaffirm our strongest commitment to ensuring their safety and well-being. However, we are all aware that the most difficult situation is the one faced by those who remain in Ukraine, where the humanitarian situation is in many cases very critical.”

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