Poland attracts record FDI in 2007 first five months
Poland attracted $6.4 billion worth of foreign direct investment between January and May this year, beating all records for a similar time period in previous years, Warsaw said Thursday.
The Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency (PAIiIZ) said that during the period, the PAIiIZ facilitated 31 foreign investment projects, expected to create a total 10,500 jobs. Investors from the US topped the list, with others from Japan and Germany coming a close second. Investments in the electronics, automotive and service centre sectors were the most popular. (monstersandcritics.com)
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