CEIS: Conditions for FDIs in Poland worse than in rest of CEE.

By bne IntelliNews April 26, 2011
Conditions for foreign direct investments (FDI) in Poland are worse than in most CEE countries, Council for European Investment Security (CEIS) said in a report quoted by Polish Press Agency (PAP). Accroding to the report, the regulations and decisions of the Polish government are discouraging investment, the Polish bureaucracy is inefficient, and the legal system does not provide companies with transparency and impartiality in the dispute resolution business. According to the PAP, CEIS focused on the dispute between the Telekomunikacja Polska (TPSA) and Danish company GN Great Northern Telegraph, which is set as a example of a poor legal environment for FDI. CEIS is a private organization specializing in monitoring investments in Central and Eastern Europe.

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