Doing business in Poland is regulated in the same way as in other European Union countries. It allows business activities to be conducted in various legal forms and on various bases including the freedom of services, and the freedom of establishment for entities among the EU states. Entities from outside the EU also have a very wide range of possibilities for conducting their business activities in Poland. Foreign investors who wish to conduct business in Poland may be required to meet certain conditions, obtain permits or licenses. These additional requirements are usually connected to the scope of activity to be undertaken, for example: banking, or insurance, etc. The forms and scope of conducting business in Poland, apart from general corporate issues, usually requires the involvement of tax, real estate, employment, and other areas of law.
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