Foreign direct investments grew in Poland despite crisis - daily
Despite the weakest investor sentiment in history, the number of foreign direct investments (FDI) in Poland grew to 165 in the first months of 2020, from 145 last year, the Puls Biznesu (PB) daily wrote on Thursday.
PB, citing data by the Financial Times fDi Markets analytical group, wrote that only a few countries, including Poland, managed to increase the inflow of foreign direct investment projects in the first four months of this year.
Poland also took first place in terms of the number of already announced investments.
PB added that the fDi Markets analysis also takes into account real estate projects, as they constitute the main part of investments in Poland, but growth was determined mainly by projects from the renewable energy industry.