Buying Property in Poland
The Definitive Guide to
Buying Polish Property

What does 'Special Economic Zone' mean?

Find out what Special Economic Zone means. Special Economic Zone is explained by Tim Hill - author of Buying Property in Poland

Special Economic Zone

Poland has a number of Special Economic Zones across the country to encourage investment from foreign business. Each SEZ has different reliefs which might include PAYE tax rebates, reduced leasing costs, etc.

Do not assume all are the same after having looked into one. In general each SEZ is trying to attract a different type of business or industry and their offers are bent in that direction.

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"... manpower and red tape. If you are of a mind to speculate there are potentially high returns to be made from purchases today that will be close to new roads, motorways, metro stations and airports or in Special Economic Zones or areas with some other hidden potential. - New Roads and ..."
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"... property close to the sites is unlikely to be a good move, office space, warehousing and hotels will be in immediate demand. - Special Economic Zones - In order to regenerate certain areas of the country, sometimes in well-known cities and sometimes apparently in the middle of ..."
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"... in immediate demand. - Special Economic Zones - In order to regenerate certain areas of the country, sometimes in well-known cities and sometimes apparently in the middle of nowhere, the government has set up Special Economic Zones. These offer a number of tax discounts to foreign ..."

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Chapter 9: The Regions
"...Dolnośląskie (pronounced Dol-nosh-slon-ski-a) is one of Poland’s economic success stories. Much can be attributed to the local government who took the initiative and made the area extremely business friendly. This was helped by a national government decision to locate three of the country's Special Economic Zones in the county. So popular have the reforms been that in 2005 the president of Wrocław was voted back in again with an 89% majority. ..."
"...Wałbrzych also brings in large numbers of visitors because of its outstanding architecture (the city avoided any major damage during the Second World War) and its star attraction, the third largest castle in Poland. Wałbrzych is a Special Economic Zone and its potential has already been used by the likes of Toyota and Whirlpool. Other towns with zones are Kamienna Góra and Legnica, which attracted the Volkswagen group to set up a factory there. ..."
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"... From a business and commerce point of view location has also helped but even with no Special Economic Zone the county has been successful in attracting substantial investment from the likes of Sharp who ploughed 450 million euros into a state of the art production facility near Toruń. ..."
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"... own right as wealth grows and a sense of pride returns. Łódż is also a designated Special Economic Zone and has so far been successful in attracting foreign investment from companies in Japan, the United States, Italy and Germany. Just to the south is Piotrków Trybunalski, again ..."

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"...One small exception exists to the above and this can be in Special Economic Zones. There are 14 of these across the country. Primarily these zones are for commercial use and each one has a variety of incentives, some of which include different types of tax breaks for the first two to five years. If you are considering the purchase of office or warehousing ..."

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