favour large foreign ones
PF'S ANTI-POLISH WING IN ACTION
Where ther's a will there's a way. If the poltical will existed ways could be found to level the playing field so all players would have fair and equal opportunities. Maybe a ban on undercutting prices on basic foodstuffs so they would cost as much at Tesco as in the corenr shop. The technical details are for politicians to work out.
I know one thing for sure: PF's anti-Polish wing will always find reasons to keep Poland down. The EU forbids it or foreign captialists will find a way of circumventing any Polish control. If there's talk of increasing the volume of Polish cultrue on the airwaves, one of you will call Polsih culture crappy and equate it with disco-polo. Any attempt to keep foreign business domination in check will evoke a response such as Polish employers treat their workers worse. Even if that's the case, should Poland be eternally doomed to crappiness? The true patriot will step back, size up the situation and see what can be done to improve things. The self-proclaimed expat "patriots" may wildly flash their freshly acquired Polish passports but essentially will take the pro-Western, pro-corporate, pro-eurocrat and effectviely anti-Polish side in any row.
Just scroll back through their posts to see their cleverly worded excuses and explanations and it'll become quite clear.
Polish companies also have relocated
Delph has provided the freshest example by saying Polish firmm have also relocated abroad to get tax breaks. That may be true but let's first ask ourselves: How many Polish businesses have relocated abroad compared to the foreign ones exploiting Poland?