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Tax on internal combustion cars in KPO. Katarzyna Pełczyńska-Nałęcz comments

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Katarzyna Pełczyńska-Nałęcz, head of the Ministry of Funds and Regional Policy, announced that Poland will ask Brussels to remove the milestone from the National Reconstruction Plan, which assumes the introduction of a tax on internal combustion cars.

Katarzyna Pełczyńska-Nałęcz, Minister of Funds and Regional Policy, said during a press conference that as part of the renegotiation of the National Reconstruction Plan, Poland would like to delete the milestone that assumes the introduction of a tax on internal combustion cars. She added that the first talks on this subject are to be held next week in Brussels.

Pełczyńska-Nałęcz announced that on April 18, the draft revision of the KPO, after public consultations, will be reviewed by the KPO Monitoring Committee, and after April 20 it will be submitted to the meeting of the Council of Ministers. Once approved by the government, it will be officially presented to the European Commission.

Tax on internal combustion cars in KPO

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Earlier, the Ministry of Climate and Environment announced that it was working on introducing a registration fee and a new tax on combustion vehicles. These are the solutions declared in the National Reconstruction Plan prepared by the government Mateusz Morawiecki.

Polish version of milestones regarding fees for combustion vehicles Ministry of Funds and Regional Policy

– We're working on it. Talks with ministries are ongoing, but it is too early to talk about details. What I would like to do is to propose solutions that are most neutral for citizens from a financial point of view – declared Deputy Minister of Climate and Environment Krzysztof Bolesta in a recent conversation with “Rzeczpospolita”.

As he indicated, the registration fee would enter into force in the first quarter of 2025, and the ownership tax in 2026.

Polish KPO

National Reconstruction Plan provides for Poland over 100 reforms and investments aimed at strengthening the Polish economy after the COVID-19 pandemic. Within this pool, Poland is to receive EUR 59.8 billion, including EUR 25.27 billion in the form of grants and EUR 34.54 billion in the form of preferential loans.

In accordance with EU goals, a significant part of the KPO budget is to be allocated to climate goals (46.6%), digital transformation (21.3%), and social reforms (22.3%).

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