Poland Advances in Doing Business Ranking


A new insolvency law, amendments to construction law and a speedier electricity connection process allowed Poland to advance to 24thplace, one place higher than last year, in the Doing Business 2017 ranking, says the World Bank Group’s flagship report, released on Tuesday.

“Poland has been consistently advancing in the Doing Business ranking, thanks to reforms implemented by subsequent governments. Although it is increasingly difficult to advance in the ranking, as other countries also actively support entrepreneurs, Poland should be ambitious and further improve its business climate,” said Emilia Skrok, World Bank Acting Country Manager for Poland.