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Warsaw No. 1 for Expanding Business
October 14, 2009 By A.R.    
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Warsaw is the most attractive city in Europe for companies looking to expand and seek out new markets, according to a report by real estate consultants Cushman & Wakefield.

The authors of the report on the comparative investment appeal of cities, which is now in its 20th year, interviewed managers and board members of the 500 largest companies in Europe. This year, most respondents chose Warsaw when asked where they would most like to open a new branch during the next five years. Thirty-six companies showed an interest in Warsaw this year-up from last year's 28. Warsaw knocked Moscow off the number one spot it had held for the previous two years.

Warsaw was ranked 23rd most attractive city for business taking into account quality of life, quality of telecommunications services, access to markets, availability and quality of staff, the cost of leasing office space, transport links and other criteria. London, Paris and Frankurt took out the first three places. Again.
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