Prime Minister: we provide the best possible conditions for investors

Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki participated in a meeting with representatives of American business in Poland, hosted by the President of the Republic of Poland Andrzej Duda. A strong Polish-American alliance translates into measurable benefits in many areas. One of them is economic cooperation. 


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Photo: Grzegorz Jakubowski / KPRP

Favourable investment conditions

Economic forecasts indicate that the recession in Poland, associated with the effects of the pandemic, will be the least severe among the European Union countries. This is possible thanks to the micro and macroeconomic tools activated in time by the government to fight the crisis. These measures helped save entrepreneurs and jobs. An additional support for the economy is the continuation of public investments.

Polish economy is ready and open to new foreign investments, which can be beneficial for both sides.

The Prime Minister indicated that investment certainty is important. He added that the macroeconomic condition of Polish economy looks much better than most analysts estimated 2-3 months ago.

The head of the government encouraged American entrepreneurs to relocate part of their production and make new investments in Poland.

Polish-American economic relations

Economic cooperation with the United States, besides security, is a key dimension of the Polish-American strategic partnership. Poland is the largest recipient of American investments in Central and Eastern Europe.  There are more than 1.5 thousand businesses with American capital, which, including indirect employment, provide jobs for over 300 thousand people.

Businesses from the United States are the second largest foreign investor in Poland. The value of American investments amounts to PLN 236 billion.

Innovations as a driving force for the economy

American entrepreneurs are becoming increasingly interested in innovative sectors. They are willing to invest in research and development, business centres, information techniques, information and communication technologies and the automotive and aviation sectors.

American businesses are involved in the implementation of investment projects with a high share of the technological and innovative component.

 

 


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