Poland's FDI agency sees 10-20% rise in investments in 2011.

By bne IntelliNews September 21, 2011
Poland's 2011 FDI inflow might surge by 10-20% on the year, the chairman of the country's FDI agency (PAIiIZ) Slawomir Majman told PAP news agency. Majman also commented on the type of investments, saying they were of the steady, long-term kind, which have positive effect on employment. The number of successful investments since the beginning of the year stands at 36 with their combined value being EUR 970.8mn and the number of new jobs - 8,366. Currently, the agency is working on 170 investment projects, worth EUR 6.2bn with planned 47,000 new jobs.

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