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Foreign Firms Invest Nearly EUR 4 bln in Poland in 2022

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In 2022, foreign companies invested EUR 3.7 billion in Poland through the Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH), EUR 200 million more than in the previous year and EUR 1 billion more than in 2020, the agency said in a statement on Tuesday.

PAIH wrote that the foreign direct investments (FDI) promise to secure close to 14,000 new jobs.

It also reported an over 20% rise in approved investment projects (126 in 2022 against 96 in 2021).

According to PAIH, Germany is the main source of FDI in Poland with investments worth EUR 1.4 billion. 

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