Google seen earning EUR 77mn in Poland in 2009.

By bne IntelliNews March 3, 2010
Marketing revenues of internet giant Google could amounted to PLN 300mn (EUR 77mn) in 2009, according to estimations made by the Gazeta Wyborcza daily. In 2008, Google officially earned in Poland only PLN 63.6mn, but most of cash-flow is booked by the Irish unit of the concern. Head of Google in Poland Artur Waliszewski decided not to comment on the report. According to Gazeta Wyborczas presumptions, most of Polish revenues of Google is generated by small and medium enterprises. mtd


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