Locked content Grupa Azoty sees higher investments for 2014-2020

Poland’s largest chemicals maker Grupa Azoty will have significantly higher investment costs for 2014-2020 than the previously announced PLN 7 billion, said the company’s deputy CEO, Paweł Łapiński. By 2017 the state-controlled group already allocated around PLN 4 billion to investments. In 20...

Locked content Investment levels one of the lowest in EU – EBI

Private sector investment in Poland is at one of the lowest levels among EU countries, said Vazil Hudák, deputy head of the European Investment Bank. According to EBI report, more Polish firms have investment plans in 2018 than a year ago. Nearly half (47 percent) of all investment outlays are earma...

Locked content Poland to expand SEZ incentives into whole country

The Ministry of Development plans to expand investors’ incentives reserved for the Special Economic Zones (SEZ) onto entire Poland’s territory, hoping that it will increase investment to PLN 117.2 billion and help create some 158,300 new jobs by 2027. “Our proposition is not a minor adjustment, but ...

Locked content PE/VC funds investment funds €775 mln last year – report

Private equity and venture capital funds invested € 725 million in 82 companies in 2016, market lobby Polskie Stowarzyszenie Inwestorów Kapitałowych said. Poland was the most popular market in the CEE region, accounting for 45 percent of the region’s investments. Overall, the funds spent €1.6 billio...

Investments drop by 1.1% in H1 – GUS

In the first half of this year, corporate investment fell by 1.1 percent y/y and amounted to PLN 49.2 billion, according to data from the Central Statistics Office. Last year, the investment drop in H1 amounted to 7.1 percent.

The majority of Polish companies plan investments this year – GUS

According to the Central Statistical Office (GUS) data, as many as 66.3 percent of industrial companies and 41.6 percent of construction entities plan to invest in 2017. In comparison, last year, only 45.6 percent of industrial firms and 31.8 percent construction ones planned such expenditures.

Locked content Report: 54% of companies to increase CAPEX

As many as 54 percent of large companies and 41 percent of medium ones, plan to increase their investment spending this year, a report by the Lewiatan business organization showed. Small companies are less interested in increasing the CAPEX this year, only 33 percent of them plan on increase spendin...

Locked content 95% of Polish firms has investment plans – report

As many as 95 percent of Polish companies is planning to make investments over the next three years, according to a report prepared by the European Investment Bank. The EU average stood at 91 percent. Nearly a third of firms in Poland is concentrating on developing new products, which is also above ...