According to the report entitled: “Poland, Land of Opportunities” Poland is a trustworthy and proven investment partner for the Korean Investors not only in electromobility, but also in food processing, Business Service Sector, Research & Development, real-estate, IT or infrastructure and other business areas. There are around 260 Korean companies operating in Poland, making South Korea one of the largest non-EU foreign investors in Poland. On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of diplomatic cooperation between our two nations the Polish Investment and Trade Agency and JP Weber transaction company, issued a report presenting the activity of Korean companies in Poland and discussing the most promising sectors for the bilateral cooperation.
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Over Poland-based 30 enterprises and public institutions took part in the Polish job fair in London on May 12th. The fair was co-organised by Polish Investment and Trade Agency, Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology, Ministry of Family, Labour and Social Policy.
Polish roofing felt manufacturer enters Germany thanks to PAIH
One the biggest roofing felt manufacturers in Poland, Lemar formed a strategic partnership with Germany's distributor TRUS. Polish Investment and Trade Agency's office in Frankfurt supported the Polish company in negotiation process
Groupe PSA will start production of large delivery vehicles in Gliwice
The owner of the Opel and Vauxhall brands Groupe PSA will start production of large delivery vehicles in Gliwice. The first cars will be ready in 2021. This is another investment project of a French corporation that has supported the Polish Investment and Trade Agency in the last months.
...Cushman & Wakefield Polish Investment Zone Calculator is already available?
The new website Industrial.pl offers a Special Economic Zone Calculator. This innovative and user-friendly tool, significantly facilitates the search for the best location for a planned project, showing the amount of possible public aid in a given Special Economic Zone.
Once three variables have been provided (Type of investor, Project location and Qualified costs), the user will gain access to the basic data about a location, i.e. the unemployment rate according to the Central Statistical Office, the minimum qualified costs in a poviat and the maximum level of regional investment support. An enquiry will also be sent to a designated Special Economic Zone expert.
“The calculator provides easy access to the information on the amount and availability of state aid relying on the database of provisions on the Polish Investment Zone for a specific project and location. This tool will help users identify the location offering the highest level of state aid for a planned project,” comments Micha³ Sikora, Land, Technical and Special Economic Zone Consultant, Cushman & Wakefield.