The Council of Ministers issued a resolution amending a resolution on the Kraków Special Economic Zone. The changes involve including additional 88.4 ha in the zone and removing 9 ha from its area. As a result, the area of Kraków SEZ will be 707 ha.

According to the “European Attractiveness Survey” report prepared by E&Y foreign investors still perceive Poland as the most attractive place for localizing new projects in Central and Eastern Europe.

Koszyce Economic Activity Zone is an area of over 11 hectares, excellently prepared for development and situated in one of the best locations in Małopolska – less than 50 km from Kraków, about 20 km from A-4 motorway, on the north-south communication route.

On May 16th 2014, Daugavpils City Council in cooperation with Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Riga and Investment and Development Agency of Latvia are organizing III International East Baltic Business Forum in Daugavpils.

The most recent report of fDi Intelligence: European Cities and Regions of the Future 2014/2015

The latest report developed by UNCTAD (the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development) states that in 2013 the global value of foreign direct investments (FDI) reached USD 1.46 trillion, having increased by 11% compared to the level from 2012. This level is comparable to average annual FDI from before the crisis.

We have overtaken Dublin and become the European leader as the best city to render outsourcing services in this part of the world.

In 2013, the Kraków Technology Park (KTP) issued 32 permits for operation in the special economic zone. Jointly, the companies admitted to the zone the KTP administers will invest PLN 646,678,606 and open 1287 new jobs.

Economic promotion of the region, strengthening the competitive position in comparison with the growing expectations of the investors, effective territorial marketing – they all require a consistent, universal and clear message. Those principles became the foundations, on which the Business in Małopolska Centre was established – a partnership between the major institutions responsible for the development of regional economy, developing regional brands, which has been providing services to the investors and exporting companies for many years.

The Sobieski Institute analysed the costs of the Polish migration phenomenon, in particular within the area of the common EU market. The results might be surprising... and disturbing.