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Key external investments in Poland in 2008  December 2008

en Poland’s GDP in 2008 is expected to grow by 5.4%, but then to plunge in 2009 to 2.8%, according the National Bank of Poland (NBP), although the government has come up with a figure of 3.7% growth in 2009, the European Commission 3.7% and the World

PMR Regional Economic Forecasting Research Methodology

en All regional economic forecasting models are subject to a set of general macroeconomic assumptions without which the model cannot function, and methodological processes through which the results are determined. The quality of the forecast is determined

Political instability threatens sound economic performance

en The economy performed very strongly in the first half of 2004. In the first quarter, the GDP rose by almost 7% year-on-year, outperforming expectations and forecasts alike. As expected, growth slowed a bit in the second quarter although at 6.1% it still

The capital region is best

en Mazowieckie is the most attractive voivodship for potential investors. Its key attributes are: its status of the biggest contributor to the Polish GDP, very high productivity, low unemployment, and a good central location. The capital city may also boast

Sourcing in low cost countries  May 2006

en International companies are increasingly turning to Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) as a source of raw materials, components, finished products and staff. With GDP per capita and wages four to six times lower than in Western Europe, tariff free trade
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