When did we do away with the rule about not changing the names of public figures?
If you don't like something about a particular supermarket, don't shop there.
The ironic thing is that Polly himself shops at Biedronka instead of sticking to Polish-owned shops, we know that because his favourite 'beer' is sold only at a Portuguese-owned chain.
When Daewoo ran into trouble the PCC could have bought out their Polish operation and used it to create an indigenous automotive sector.
Not this yet again. As was pointed out to you the last time you brought up this PRL-era idea, a Polish company wouldn't have been able to sell in formerly Daewoo car the west, because they wouldn't have been able to afford the licences to those markets. And but the prices would have been too high for the developing world, due to the costs of Polish labour being higher than, for example, Chinese labour and due to the product being more complex (due to things such as airbags and other modern technology), plus the factory still would have been inefficient.
The mistake of building a product which couldn't be sold in the west and was too expensive for the east and was made at a terrible factory is precisely the same mistake that was made in the 1970s with the Ursus tractor factory. Billions of dollars were poured down the drain there on a brand new factory which is now derelict.
Why are you so obsessed with Poland making the same mistakes now as were made the last time Poland was ruled by a Party which had 15% active support?