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Goverment Grants

 

Government grants are offered on the basis of the Programme for the support of investment projects of importance for the Polish economy for 2011-2020, adopted by the Council of Ministers on 5 July 2011. Support is provided as grants on the basis of bilateral agreements between the Ministry of the Economy and the investors, setting out detailed terms of payment. The programme targets enterprises planning to invest in priority sectors of the Polish economy, such as:
– Automotive,
– Electronics and the production of home appliances,
– Aviation,
– Biotechnology,
– Agriculture and food,
– Modern services,
– R&D.


Support can also be granted to projects from non-prioritised sectors, though only such projects that would not otherwise be developed in Poland.

The amount of assistance for the creation of new jobs by:


1) production projects, depends e.g. on:
– The number of jobs created,
– The share of jobs for degree holders,
– The location,
– The amount of capital expenditure,
– The sector concerned,
– The attractiveness of the product on international markets.

2) Modern services projects:
– The number of jobs created,
– The share of jobs for degree holders,
– The location,
– The type of processes developed by the investor.

 

Sector New jobs Minimum cost (PLN) Level of aid
Priority sectors 250 40 million From PLN 3.2 thousand
to PLN 15.6 thousand
for each new job
Modern services 250 1,5 million From PLN 3.2 thousand
to PLN 15.6 thousand
for each new job
Research and development 35 1,5 million From PLN 3.2 thousand
to PLN 15.6 thousand
for each new job

Other sectors, option 1

200 750 million From PLN 3.2 thousand
to PLN 15.6 thousand
for each new job

Other sectors, option 2

500 500 million From PLN 3.2 thousand
to PLN 15.6 thousand
for each new job

Source: Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency (PAIiIZ)

 

The amount of aid towards the eligible costs of the new project depends on factors such as:
– The number of jobs created,
– The capital expenditure per single job,
– The location.

 

Sector New jobs Eligible expenses of a new project (PLN) Level of aid (grant in cash)
Priority sectors 50 160 million 2 – 7.5% of eligible expenses (CAPEX)

Other sectors, option 1

200 750 million 2 – 7.5% of eligible expenses (CAPEX)

Other sectors, option 2

500 500 million 2 – 7.5% of eligible expenses (CAPEX)
Research and development 35 10 million 2 – 7.5% of eligible expenses (CAPEX)