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She has been attracted to the arts since her childhood. Her dream about Szaraki caused her to make T-shirts on which she paints visions from her head. We spoke to Anna Jur about her pictures which instead of hanging on the wall are painted on T-shirts
Any EU citizen can establish business activity in Poland. International ratings show that the procedures are not exactly the most friendly, but the situation is steadily improving. Nearly 2.24 million people are self-employed in Poland.
Those willing to operate on international markets can enjoy the same rights as citizens of countries in which they arrive. This is one of fundamental rules of EU single market. So what do you start with?