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28 November 2018

PAIH opens office in Seoul

The Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH) has opened a new office in Seoul, South Korea.

The Republic of Korea is the world's 11th biggest economy and is recognised as the most innovative."With our support, Polish business will be able to develop wings on the world's most innovative market. The prospects in South Korea are especially promising for the Polish IT/ICT sector," PAIH Vice-President Krzysztof Senger said during the opening of the Seoul office.

Senger noted that new transport opportunities added to the facilitation of bilateral trade exchange. "For two years, thanks to Polish national airline PLL LOT, we can fly direct from Warsaw to Seoul. In turn, Gdańsk has established a direct maritime connection with three Korean ports: Kwangyang, Ulsan and Busan," Senger explained.

Polish Investment and Trade Agency works to increase the inflow of investments to Poland and the outflow of Polish FDI. Therefore, it has been helping Korean investors to enter the Polish market. Currently, the Agency is supporting 10 South Korea-based investment projects totalling EUR 1.9bn. The total Korean CAPEX is the largest among other countries.

Supporting entrepreneurs, the Polish Investment and Trade Agency assists in overcoming administrative and legal procedures related to specific projects as well as helps to develop legal solutions, find a suitable location, reliable partners and suppliers.


Fancy investing in Poland?

Contact our Seoul-based office:

Or Warsaw-based team:

Polish Investment and Trade Agency

Krucza St. 50

00-025 Warsaw

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