Nine in ten foreign investors happy to be in Poland: report
PR dla Zagranicy
More than nine in ten foreign investors are satisfied with their decision to invest in Poland and would do so again, according to a study.
The launch of the Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH) study. Photo courtesy of Aleksandra Łuczak-Brydak, PAIH.
The survey was carried out by the Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH). Its vice president, Krzysztof Senger, said that the outlook for this year was good.
He added that foreign investors in Poland “expect growth in revenue and employment in 2018. This shows that the climate in Poland is good, and investors still expect attractive rates of return from their investments."
Senger said Poland’s biggest attributes in the eyes of foreign investors are its economic stability and the size of its internal market.
He added that overseas investors rated Polish employees highly in terms of efficiency.
On the other hand, investors said red tape and changes in the law were among the biggest obstacles to doing business in Poland, Polish Radio’s IAR news agency reported.