Poland allegedly advances to 6th spot in UNCTAD's World Investment Report.

By bne IntelliNews July 25, 2011
Poland has advanced to the 6th spot from last year's 12th spot on the list of the world's most attractive investment locations according to by United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), accessed by the Rzeczpospolita daily. Thus, Poland has now overtaken Germany (ranked 9th), Britain (13th) or Singapore (14th), the newspaper notes. The ranking leaders are: China, United States, Indie, Brazil and Russia. The organization is due to officially publish the report on Tuesday. tom

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