This week the Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency released a report on the investment incentive in Central Europe.
The report was a direct result of statistics reported by the United Nations Department on Trade and Development, which ranked Central Europe as the third most attractive region for investors, globally, after China and North America.
Poland is seen as teh superstar of incentive of investments within Central Europe.
"Poland is one of the stars. First of all because of political and economic stability, that is very important for investors. Then our economy is developing even in the times of crisis so no negative GDP," said Marek Szostak, the Vice President of the Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency and of the Department of Foreign Investments.