Poland expects to attract some $250 bln. investment
Poland, Warsaw, June 6 / Trend A.Akhundov /
The Polish government expects in medium term inflow of investments in its economy at the level of 700-800 billion zlotys (215-245 billion dollars), Prime Minister Donald Tusk said during a speech at the third International Conference IPO Summit, Warsaw 2013, which takes place on June 6-7 in Warsaw.
"It is expected that 60 billion zloty (18.4 billion dollars) will go to the energy sector, five billion zlotys ($ 1.5 billion) - in search of shale gas," - said Tusk.
According to him, the goal of Polish government is to attract investment by safe and reliable way.
Foreign direct investment in 2006-2011 reached 68.8 billion euros. According to research Ernst & Young European Attractiveness Survey 2012, for the next three years, Poland will take second place among the most attractive countries in Europe, second only to Germany. Bloomberg rating agency Bloomberg for 2013 Poland ranked first among the states of Central and Eastern Europe more attractive to business.
IPO Summit, Warsaw 2013 - is one of the largest conferences in Central and Eastern Europe.