4th August 2016

WSJ: Poland Is No Longer the Darling of Central European Companies

Corporate investors are starting to cool on Poland, a long-favored destination for foreign money, a recent survey shows. New taxes and political uncertainty in the country are prompting companies across the Continent to rethink Poland’s appeal.  In a recent survey of German companies across Central Europe, Poland’s investment attractiveness fell to second place behind the Czech Republic for the first time in four years, Wall Street Journal wrote.

Government officials say the new wariness is just a matter of getting comfortable with the new leaders of the country and their programs.

Read the article (in English). Information in Czech is available here.

Members of the American Chamber of Commerce in the Czech Republic