15 Apr 2019, Gergana Bencheva, EMIS Editor
Poland slips further in investment attractiveness ranking
Warsaw now occupies the third place although until 2015 it has been the undisputed leader. The deterioration began in 2016-2018 when it slipped to the second position and the Czech Republic became the new leader. The top rank this year belongs to Estonia.
Poland’s position in the investment attractiveness field has been weakened by uncertain legislation and unpredictable economic policies. Despite the disappointing result, Warsaw is still attractive to investors as it is a member of the EU and offers high quality of human resources and availability of subcontractors, PNB noted.
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