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Inflation, rising prices, business problems. Comments of the President of the Council of Employers of the Republic of Poland, Joanna Makwieka-Gatz

Inflation, rising prices, business problems.  Comments of the President of the Council of Employers of the Republic of Poland, Joanna Makwieka-Gatz

There are no such substantive conversations with the government about how to protect business. If the companies do not work, the state will be in an even more difficult situation – said Joanna Makwieka-Gaza, President of the Council of Employers of the Republic of Poland on TVN24. She emphasized that, like employees, “entrepreneurs are also against the wall.”

Every day I run a company in the construction and real estate sector. We know exactly what we’re up against, but so do our customers and investors. They do not know if the electricity supply will be guaranteed, and how much the energy will cost. The companies described their investment plans under a big question mark.

“Uncertainty always has a price.”

As Joanna Makwieka-Gatza emphasized, “This will translate into a recession in Poland.” Uncertainty always comes at a price. (…) We know that we have a difficult period ahead, but we do not know what we will face in the end, whether there will be restrictions in the supply of electricity, and what the price will be. it is necessary. Even the worst case scenario should be addressed, unfortunately this conversation does not really exist – she said.

“We are dealing with a self-moving inflation and wage spiral,” said the representative of the entrepreneurs. Employees expect to be compensated for the increase inflation. On the other hand, corporate budgets are very tight, and in many sectors it is very difficult to predict what the future will be like. We’re talking about staying here. She said that many entrepreneurs will face the dilemma of whether to continue their business.

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‘No substantive conversation’

She drew attention to the lack of dialogue between the government and business. – There are no such substantive conversations with the government about how to protect business (…), if businesses don’t work, the country will be in a much more difficult situation. Situation. It will be necessary to relaunch the well-being and protection of the people. She emphasized that we must protect entrepreneurs.

She acknowledged that many employees face financial difficulties, especially those with mortgages. On the other hand, entrepreneurs are also against the wall and businesses will be closed. She stressed that after that, unfortunately, there would be no one to talk to about this increase.

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