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April 23, 2008   
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Rafał Zagozdon, mayor of Tomaszów Mazowiecki, talks to Agnieszka Łuczak.

What are the main strengths of Tomaszów Mazowiecki?
The city was once based on the textile industry, but today many different industries are developing in Tomaszów Mazowiecki. The city is in central Poland about 110 km from Warsaw. It has very attractive areas with a well-developed infrastructure enabling active and varied relaxation in a healthy environment.

Are many companies interested in investing in the city?
We have Polish capital from the Paradyż Group, which is developing dynamically. The Greeks are extending their Chipita Poland company, and Italian company Metal Color is bringing in new investors. Companies from other sectors include Star Foods, which is now part of Pepsico Inc. corporation, logistics company FM Mazovia, cosmetics producer Intervion, and Polytec Interior Polska, a multinational producer of interior parts for cars.

What industries does the city want to encourage the most?
We are setting no conditions, though we would be happy to see more manufacturers working for the ceramics industry. Of course, as the mayor and a resident of Tomaszów, I would wish for our city to attract innovative investors whose activities would be based on modern environment-friendly technology. With new investors in mind, we are setting aside land and building roads to areas where new plants will be built.
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