The inflow of foreign direct investment (FDI) into Poland in 2021 hit a record high of USD 24.8 billion, an increase of 82 percent from pre-pandemic 2019.
Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) grew by around 4 percent year on year in 2020, the National Bank of Poland (NBP) has reported.
Foreign direct investment (FDI) in Poland, which benefited from government incentives, hit a record high last year of about EUR 3.5 billion, according the Polish Investments and Trade Agency (PAIH).
The flow of foreign direct investment (FDI) into Poland in 2020 grew by 4 percent year on year while, according to UNCTAD, global FDI fell by some 30 percent, shows a Polish central bank report.
The flow of foreign direct investment into Poland decreased year on year in 2020, UNCTAD has reported, adding that global FDI flows are under severe pressure this year as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
According to fDi, a service from the Financial Times, “the zone has made progress in its efforts to become a centre of Industry 4.0 at the heart of central and eastern Europe”.
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflows into Poland fell by 28 percent in 2019 to PLN 41.67 billion (EUR 9.3 billion) the National Bank of Poland (NBP) has reported. Polish direct investment abroad stood at PLN 5 billion (EUR 1.11 billion) in 2019.
The coronavirus pandemic may increase Poland's attractiveness in the eyes of foreign investors and strengthen the country's position as a regional leader in terms of foreign direct investment, the acting head of the Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH) told PAP.
The rankings created by London-based fDi Intelligence, which is owned by the Financial Times, has become a bible for foreign investors who use the lists when deciding which European city to base their next investment in.
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.