Locked content Poland among the top in the EU with FDIs – report

Foreign entities invested €12.89 billion in Poland in 2017, which was the second best result in the EU, according to fDI Markets report. Overall, last year, there were 335 FDIs in Poland which created 86,743 jobs, which was the best result in the whole EU. “The activity of foreign investors in Polan...

Locked content Judicial reform may undermine rule of law and hurt FDIs – Moody’s

According to ratings agency Moody’s latest report on the CEE region, the latest judiciary overhaul in Poland could erode rule of law and negatively affect the economic sentiment and foreign investments. “The agency believes that a less predictable political environment will limit the credit profile ...

FDIs drop to PLN 54.9 bln in 2016 – NBP

The foreign direct investments (FDI) net inflows last year amounted to PLN 54.9 billion, according to Poland’s Central Bank (NBP). The figure is lower by PLN 2.6 billion compared to 2015. The figure is in line with previous NBP’ estimates.

NBP: FDI inflows reach PLN 54.9 bln in 2016

The foreign direct investments (FDI) net inflows last year amounted to PLN 54.9 billion, according to the Poland’s Central Bank (NBP). The figure includes PLN 34.2 billion in reinvested profits, PLN 8.4 billion in capital inflows in the form of shares and other equity interests, and a net inflow of ...

FDI inflows at €12.9 billion in 2016.

The foreign direct investment (FDI) balance in Poland amounted to some €12.9 billion in 2016, the Ministry of Finance reported. According to the Poland’s Central Bank (NBP), in 2015 the net FDI inflows amounted to €12.14 billion.

Locked content FDIs responsible for 40% of Poland’s GDP

Foreign companies invested PLN 712 billion in Poland in the last 25 years, according to data published by 14 chamber of commerce. This value is equal to 40 percent of Poland’s GDP. The biggest investors were from Germany (19.1 percent of total FDIs), the US (10.9 percent) and France (10.8 percent). ...

Locked content Poland number one choice in Europe for investors – HSBC

A report by HSBC, released on Monday, claimed that Poland continues to lead the EU in terms of being an attractive investment location. “It has to do with a major role Poland plays in the supply chain of German companies and the movement of goods from Eastern to Western Europe. An important driving ...