• Latest COVID-19 related regulations and policies in China

    Due to the ongoing situation of COVID-19 in China, especially in Shanghai, the Chinese government has introduced more regulations and policies or extended the deadline of the previously issued regulations and policies to further support both the economic development and the business. In this Newsletter, we will share with you detailed provisions of these policies in Shanghai focusing on the topics of labor and employment, leasing, tax, etc. Depending on the location of your business, there could be more specific implementation rules at local level.
  • The COVID-19 vaccine and its effects on employment relationships: the landscape in Latin America

    The COVID-19 health crisis has brought various challenges in every country, and vaccination is one of them. In this article we will review how vaccination is affecting workplace in Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru.
  • The government has announced new support programme for entrepreneurs: up to PLN 30 billion will be granted during the second quarter of 2021

    The government has announced the allocation of an additional PLN 30 billion to continue support for entrepreneurs under the new anti-crisis programme in the second quarter of 2021. In April alone, the amounts paid out to entrepreneurs will total PLN 7 billion - by comparison, in March the sum of support amounted to PLN 3 billion. According to the government's announcements, the measures will mainly focus on maintaining jobs, but the new programme is also to be a background of the spring economic rebound that will follow the third wave of the pandemic.
  • New Financial Shield 2.0 of the Polish Development Fund

    The president has just signed a new Financial Shield to help entrepreneurs most affected by the second wave of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. The call for electronic applications is planned for the second half of January 2021. The amount of aid planned is estimated at PLN 40 billion.
  • The Minister of Finance extends the deadline for fulfilling reporting obligations

    The current situation related to the announced state of epidemic and the significant restrictions on the activities of commercial entities resulted not only in a sharp decline in turnover of companies, but also in difficulties in fulfilling tax obligations or obligations arising from commercial agreements. Due to the growing negative effects of the pandemic, it is obvious that entrepreneurs are putting off other statutory obligations.
  • COVID-19: The main issues that can affect your business

    Considering the extraordinary and unpredicted situation related to COVID-19 pandemic, we would like to present you with this informative note drawn up from perspective of Polish law, which contains an indication of the most important issues that cannot be forgotten in running a business today.