SEZ – Special Economic Zones in Poland will function up to 2026

Special Economic Zones in Poland – increasing the investment attractiveness of Poland and the opportunity to use the entire area of SEZ is the main goal of SEZ functioning extending to 2026, the Council of Ministers adopted on July 23rd 2013, 14 regulations implementing this provision.


Special Economic Zones (SEZs) are designated areas within Poland established to create a more favorable business environment for investors. There are currently 14 SEZs located all over the country, offering tax incentives and a well-developed infrastructure. The income from business operations conducted within a SEZ may enjoy a corporate income tax (CIT) exemption.