Vast majority of foreign investors ready to reinvest in Poland, survey shows.

By bne IntelliNews March 30, 2012
As many as 95% of foreign investors would again pick Poland as a location for its investments, according to a survey by the Polish-German Chamber of Commerce (AHK). The survey, carried out among 186 enterprises, shows an improvement over 2010, when 90% of the polled declared their readiness to reinvest in the country. The poll also shows that 51% of respondents expect Poland's economic situation to be stable beyond 2012, with 25% forecasting an improvement and 24% - its worsening.

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