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13 Mar 2019, Gergana Bencheva, EMIS Editor

Some 23% of Polish groups consider investments insufficient

About 23% of the companies in Poland found that their investments in the last three years were low, the Polish News Bulletin (PNB) reported referring to a survey conducted by the European Investment Bank (EIB). In comparison, an average of 16% of the companies in Europe voiced such an opinion.

Yet, according to the report, the investment perspectives for Polish companies were positive and more firms expected growth in investment activity. More precisely, companies active in the industry and infrastructure sectors expressed a higher investment probability than the average of all polled firms.

On the other hand, some 24% of the Polish companies assessed their equipment as top-notch and 29% said their buildings fulfilled high standards of energy efficiency, PNB added.

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