Locked content Foreign investments fell by 56% in 2017 – NBP

The inflow of foreign direct net investments in 2017 fell by 56 percent y/y to PLN 34.7 billion, according to final data of Poland’s Central Bank (NBP).  Most investments came from Germany (PLN 12.8 billion), Luxembourg (PLN 12.4 billion) and Cyprus (PLN 5.5 billion). The largest withdrawals o...

Locked content Foreign investments in Polish bonds decreased

In August foreign investments in Polish sovereign bonds fell by PLN 2.8 billion to PLN 187.8 billion, the Ministry of Finance said. The share of foreign investors in bonds declined to 30.5 percent from 30.9 percent, it added. Banks, in contrary, increased their exposure to PLN 261.2 billion in Augus...

Locked content Egypt looking for Polish investors – Kwieciński

Egypt is very interested in Polish investments in agricultural processing, automotive and construction industries, Minister of Investment and Development Jerzy Kwieciński told PAP, after a visit in Egypt, where he met with government officials and business representatives. He said that over a dozen ...

Locked content Miele to invest €50 mln in new plant near Łódź

Household appliance producer Miele is set to invest over €50 million in a new washing machine manufacturing plant near Łódź, central Poland. The German manufacturer plans to employ 350 people in the first phase of the project. During the 2016-2017 fiscal year, ending on June 30, 2017, the company ge...

American investments in Poland top $40 bln

The value of direct American investments in Poland exceeds $40 billion, according to Tony Housh, head of the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in Poland. He adds that US firms are planning several major new investment projects in this country.

Locked content Survey: 96% of Poles would still choose foreign investment in Germany

According to a recent report by the German Chamber of Industry and Commerce (AHK), there are over 1,700 commercial companies with Polish capital operating in Germany. As many as 79 percent of those surveyed believe the German economy is either good or very good. Moreover, 96 percent of Polish busine...

Locked content PM Szydło in the US: Poland is a great country to invest in

“We are looking for investors who will build companies in Poland based on new technologies. We are open to the development of business,” Prime Minister Beata Szydło proclaimed during the opening of a trading session at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). The Prime Minister pointed out th...

Locked content Financial Times criticizes Law and Justice’s policy

The UK daily The Financial Times has commented on foreign investor’s concerns due to the Polish government – Law and Justice’s (PiS) policies. Although foreign investors are not directly interested in politics, they pay careful attention to how it affects the economy and investment...