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Investor-Friendly Ideas Sought
October 1, 2010   
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A survey called Investor-Friendly Poland is being launched to seek ideas on how life can be made easier for foreigners doing business in Poland.

The project, held under the auspices of the economy ministry, is an initiative by the Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency (PAIiIZ), Pytlak & Tymendorf law firm and Polish innovation consulting firm Innovatika.

The project starts with a short, seven-question survey for foreigners doing business in Poland, aiming to collect success stories and suggestions for areas for improvement in the Polish legal environment connected with business. The organizers want to pinpoint the difficulties most often encountered by businesspeople from abroad and to seek their views about the changes that have been taking place in this field in Poland over recent years.

The deadline for completing the survey is Oct. 8.
The questionnaire is available on the project’s website, www.investorfriendlypoland.com
The results will be presented at the Investor-Friendly Poland conference hosted by PAIiIZ on Oct. 21.
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