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Foreign investors worried
June 16, 2017   
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Julia Patorska
Foreign investors are attracted to Poland by the high rate of return on invested capital but are getting deterred by unpredictable economic policy and quick changes to the law, according to a report by consulting company Deloitte and Polish-German Industrial and Commercial Chamber (AHK) cited by Rzeczpospolita daily.
Major financial institutions are forecasting an investment recovery in 2017 and in subsequent years, senior manager at Deloitte and co-author of the report, Julia Patorska says.
The most attractive sectors include: manufacturing (one third of the total FDI), finance, insurance, car dealerships and business services. In order to improve its attractiveness for investors,
Poland needs to improve productivity, increase innovations, introduce new technologies and modern management methods and improve efficiency of the public sector.
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