Poland is fighting for this gigafactory. VW postpones the investment decision

Poland is fighting for this gigafactory.  VW postpones the investment decision

We could still have our own car factories. Our cars from the People’s Republic of Poland were not crazy when it comes to design, but they could compete with western cars in terms of price. As proof, I have an example of Chinese. Chinese goods, be it clothing, toys, or now electronics and cars, were qualitatively much worse than ours in the People’s Republic of Poland, but they pushed Western ones out of the market, precisely because of the price. Balcerowicz and his colleagues made it impossible. Balcerowicz set a high, fixed zloty exchange rate for over a year, so our factories could not compete with low prices and went bankrupt. The plant in Bielsko-Biała was sold for PLN 1, well below the price of scrap metal, including the housing estates for workers. In the years 1990-2001, Poland lost PLN 4 BILLION on privatization and destruction of national assets by the liberals. This is several times more than we have received from the EU since the beginning of our accession. It was only from 2016 that our development took off, although it must be admitted that when Professor Kołodko was the Minister of Finance and Economy in the 1990s, the growth rate was also impressive. Only, unfortunately, we were making up for the losses after the governments of Bielecki and Suchocka. After 1997, AWS from the University of Warsaw, Buzek and Balcerowicz came to power and plunged Poland into another recession. The thieving liberals cannot be allowed to return to power. We will reach the level of GDP per capita of France only if Targowica, which is supposed to subordinate Poland to Germany and blur the issue of reparations from Germany, does not return to power. If Targowica takes over, we will fall to the level of Romania, or even lower. Bread will cost PLN 10 instead of PLN 3 as it is now. Liberal rule in the 1990s delayed us by 15 years of development. We could have had the current level of GDP and earnings in 2007. In the early 2000s, many Polish scientists had a lot of inventions. However, due to the fact that the liberals destroyed state-owned industry and stifled the development of our private companies, it was not possible for these inventions to go into production in Poland. They were patented in the West, mainly in the USA, and are now often known as having been invented there. By 2015, nothing had improved. What happened to Polish graphene during the PO-PSL government??? If PO were in power now, we would have the highest inflation in Europe. Interest rates would be above the PO’s highest inflation. Loan installments would be 4 times higher. But that wouldn’t be the worst, because 6 million people would be out of work. People would not only lose their jobs, but also the roof over their heads


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