Poland one of the most attractive investment location worldwide
The Report also indicates that risk level for Poland is very low, meanwhile savings and potential profits much higher than in many other countries. This is also confirmed by Poland's high ranking in the business services sector. In the ranking of top 10 emerging cities, Cracow was placed 1st, ahead of Beijing, Buenos Aires, Cairo and Sao Paulo. Polish cities have increasingly been perceived as the best destinations for BPO projects.
Attractiveness of the Polish cities is also confirmed by the recent Global Office Locations 2011 Report published by CB Richard Ellis. From 280 international companies covered by the survey 150 operate in Warsaw placing Poland's capital 5th in Europe and 12th in the world in the category of most attractive office locations.
Investments in Poland in 2011
As provided by the Polish Ministry of Economy, FDI inflow in the first five months of the year 2011 reached EUR 4.2 bn totaling 86% of the inflow recorded in the first 5 months of 2010 and accounting for 62% of the whole 2010 FDI inflow to the country. The Polish Ministry of Economy forecasts a further increase of FDI inflow up to over EUR 10 bn at the end of 2011.
On August 18th 2011, the Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency (PAIiIZ) announced it currently supports 172 investments projects worth EUR 6.43 bn which may generate 47 574 new jobs. The most numerous groups of investors come from the USA, UK and China with respectively 39, 18 and 14 projects. In 2011 PAIiIZ has jointly closed negotiations concerning 28 investment projects which will bring foreign investments worth EUR 854 mn.
Poland is one of the largest economies in the European Union and is developing dynamically and continuously. The country was admitted to the EU on 1 May 2004. Poland's GDP has always grown in the last years even during the global crisis in 2008 and 2009. In 2007 was the largest increase by 6.7%. In the following year growth shrank to 4.8% and in 2009 to +1.7%. In 2009, Poland was the only EU Member State with a positive GDP growth. In 2010 the GDP’s growth rate reached 3.8% and it is expected to grow by 4% in 2011.
Impeller of GDP growth are public and EU-financed projects, particularly in infrastructure construction and waste and sewage management. (Poland is the largest EU-funding recipient.) Thanks to these projects environmental technology providers and construction suppliers have increased sales opportunities. Most of the construction projects are related to the hosting of the UEFA Euro 2012 in Poland and are aimed at stadium and hotel construction and at expansion of motorways and highways.
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