Kaczyński reassures that minimum wage increase won't affect small businesses
Jarosław Kaczyński is replying to critics. The chairman of Law and Justice announced plans to increase the minimum wage in Poland up to 4.000 zlotys by the year 2023. Some believe that this could put a strain on small businesses and lead to bankruptcies. Mr Kaczyński, however, said that he has spoken with the president of the National Bank of Poland and has been assured that there will be no negative effects on the economy.
Autor: gf / Źródło: TVN24 News in English, Sygnały Dnia