Many companies from all over the world are looking for business partners in Central Europe. This is a great opportunity for Polish entrepreneurs as well as entities investing in Poland. These were the conclusions of the panel discussion that took place at the Polish House during the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
The meeting under the slogan "The role of CEE on the global value chains and competence centers map" was preceded by a speech of Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of State Assets, Jacek Sasin. According to him, the last 2.5 years have brought extremely difficult experiences related to both the coronavirus pandemic and the war in Ukraine.
"These events have proven that the existing economic processes must undergo a profound change. The pandemic disrupted global supply chains and it became clear that dispersing production around the globe did not work. The war has shown how important it is to build independence from Russian energy resources," Prime Minister Sasin said.
At the same time he stressed that Poland may become a place where large global investments will be carried out and production transferred, because as a country we have a lot to offer.