There is deindustrialization because of the globalization
Oh really, then how come Germany is the second goods exporter in the world and its economy relies mostly on industrial power? No, it was deindustrialized to eliminate the potential future competition and also to transfer that extra labour force to produce components for German automotive industry. Same thing has happened in Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary.
Germany wanted to transfer Central European economies from potentially competitive to complimentary to German industrial complex. It's the same old Prussian plan for mitteleuropa.
The current Polish government, with alll its flaws, saw that and opted for Anglo-Saxon transatlantic cooperation which will counter-balance German econo-political influence in Poland. The right-wing Konfederacja will take things even further in the future...
Spike, do you realise how many of those companies worked?
Yes, many were obsolete and beyond saving yet there were some, like sugar refineries, that were profitable and doing well after the year 1989. They were killed by a political decision, not by the market, and now many of them are shut down or belong to foreign (German) companies.
Why are you supporting such businesses as an alleged free marketeer?
You can stop with those tactics cause I've mentioned on many occassion here on this forum that I'm a national capitalist who believes - no "believe" is a wrong word here - who is certain
that money does have nationality.
And under national capitalism key industries like military, energy and other strategic industries should be controlled by Polish private owners and Polish private companies.