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Title: Consequences of foreign direct investment inflow from EU countries to Poland
Authors: Babinska, Danuta
Keywords: Economia
Issue Date: 2001
Publisher: Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa. Departamento de Ciências Económicas e Empresariais. Departamento de Direito
Abstract: In recent years Poland has become the leader among the countries ofCentral and Eastem Europe in terms offoreign direct investment (FDI) inflow, ofwhich approx. 60 % is of the EU origin. As the country moves towards the integration with the single European market the incentives for EU countries to invest in Poland are still growing bigger. However, besides the inflow offinancial capital, FDI also encompasses the transferoftechnologies, know-how, managerial skills, new techniques in marketing and production organization. This paper discusses the consequences, both positive and negative, of these transfers for Polish economy and the competitiveness ofPolish enterprises.
Peer Reviewed: yes
ISSN: 0873-495X
Appears in Collections:EDIUAL - GALILEU Revista de Economia e Direito. Special Edition (2001)

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