I perceive SEE Link as a consolidating opportunity for the countries involved, which makes investors more willing to consider them, says André Küüsvek, Director, Local Currency and Capital Markets Development at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, in an interview during the Western Balkan Summit in London.
Attracted by higher growth prospects and seeking new business opportunities, more and more Polish companies are looking to expand to foreign markets, including the United States.
Currently, there are obstacles that companies have to overcome.
Two Polish business people, Marcin Piątkowski, CEO & Founder of JAM Vehicles and Jakub Imosa, Co-Founder & CEO of Kotrak Group, explain what expectations they have of the the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.
Emerging Europe economies keep improving their business environment. According to the WorldBank’s Doing Business 2015 report, the number of CEE countries in the Top 50 has grown by 50 per cent since 2010. “That means these countries have introduced a number of regulatory reforms of business environment as seen by local firms,” says Marina Wes, Country Manager for Poland at the World Bank.
Poland has been through a lot in its history but things are looking up for a country so rich with resources, expertise and a skilled workforce. Already the sixth largest economy in the European Union, the country is going through a Golden Age, jumping to 45th place on the World Bank’s ‘Doing Business 2014’ rankings, for ease of doing business, putting the country ahead of Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary. Continue reading Poland: Resilience and Renaissance→