Planned inward investment into Poland

The last few years saw a slow down in investment into Poland, not least as many Western companies started looking further East. With the unstable situation in the Ukraine it looks like Poland is once again back in the running.

Today two press articles supported the trend. Gillette is reported to be moving 250 jobs from a German manufacturing facility to its site in Łódż in Central Poland. Also PAIiZ, the foreign investment agency announced that Italian companies are looking to make four major investments next year.

And of course this year saw the opening of two Amazon distribution centres in Poznań and Wrocław clearly aimed ar servicing the German market.

With interest rates at record low levels the time has probably never been better to invest in Poland.

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