What attracts foreign investments to Poland? Doing business in Poland 2016 – Part II

doing-business-in-polandMarket stability guaranteed by the legal system of the EU and competitive operating costs in relation to other EU Member States

10 years in the EU and 25 years of free market economy pose the following favourable investment conditions in relation to the markets of Western Europe:

1) low labour costs and low operating costs of the investment;
2) considerable human potential;
3) economic stability;
4) relatively good logistics infrastructure supported by a number of investments from EU funds;
5) availability of alternative forms of investment financing – Poland will be a major beneficiary of EU funds in the financial perspective for the years 2014 – 2020 (EUR 82.5 billion). Export in Poland has increased more or less twentyfold since 1995. It shows, that the main point of development and the biggest potential are young and well-educated people. According to Mastermind Translations, polish student population constitutes 10% of all European students and most of them are capable of working in foreign languages. It results in Poland’s GDP rising, which is three times faster than the average in Europe.