The investment potential of Warsaw is three times higher than other large Polish cities, results from the 4th edition of the ‘Report on Polish metropolises: Warsaw’ prepared by the consulting company PwC.
“Undoubtedly, Warsaw is the leader in almost every respect in relation to large Polish cities. The value of the Investment Attractiveness Capital indicator confirms that Warsaw is Poland's largest and most attractive business center and one of the leading in the region," Witold Orłowski, PwC's chief economic advisor and co-author of the report, said.
PwC reported that from among the seven capitals analyzed, Warsaw recorded an increase relative to the average in the Quality of Life Capital and Culture and Image Capital.
"The city is distinguished in these areas by, among others, high quality of education (both in secondary and higher schools), high sense of security among residents (which is also the result of very high expenditure on safety), and higher than in other cities availability of doctors in private healthcare,” the report reads.
Warsaw has the highest GDP per capita and the largest budget revenues. The city obtains the highest EU funding among 12 cities.