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Foreign investors wiser than Polish businessmen, not turned off by Poland-bashing


Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
15 May 2017 #1
When the Polish economy suffered an investment downturn in 2015, the big agencies lowered Poland's ratings and Poland was attacked by the EU, foriegn governments and media, Poland's traitor faction, calling themsleves the "total opposition", rubbed their dirty mits with glee that Schetyna's "street nad Europe" assault on the democratically elected government was working. It turns out that foreign investments were not only not affected by all the negative PR but actually increased in 2016 to $9.9 billion, or 74%more than in 2015. According to the "Financial Times" analytical unit, cited by "Rzeczpospolita", Poland became Europe's fifth biggest recipient of foreign investments. Poland's share in overall European investments amounted to 6% in 2016, up from 3% in 2015.
Harry
15 May 2017 #2
Poland was attacked by the EU, foriegn governments and media,

Poland wasn't attacked by anybody in 2015. Please stop posting fiction here and claiming it is fact. The PiSlamic State certainly drew plenty of well earned negative attention but Poland was not attacked.

increased in 2016 to $9.9 billion, or 74%more than in 2015.

Yes, fortunately foreign investors are beginning to understand that First Secretary Kaczynski's junta no more represent the will of Poland that the PZPR did back in the dark days of communism (known to many of PIS's members and supporters as 'the good old days'). PIS's high-water mark was convincing about the same percentage of Poles to vote for them as the PZPR convinced to join them; however, it's now clear that PIS's chances of winning a majority of seats at the next election are about the same as those of the PZPR. The only question is how much damage can they do to the Polish economy with their insane policies and inability to understand the modern world before the Polish electorate hand them their redundancy notices.
Crow 137 | 7,755
15 May 2017 #3
the big agencies lowered Poland's ratings and Poland was attacked by the EU, foriegn governments and media,

you must realized until now, my virtual friend, how is Poland very `soft` when it comes to defense of her interests. Its because of strong Poland`s dependence on EU and NATO, on USA and western Europe. Sure, with Trump, situation with USA changes but, masters in western Europe are still very determined and exploit every Polish weakness.

Why would Poland refuse its own independence?
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
15 May 2017 #4
The PiSlamic State

Perhaps only an enema could clear up this predilection.

First Secretary Kaczynski

Erroneous title and misspelt surname. It's KaczyƄski not Kaczynski. Just think of the little letter "i" you so dislike in your nick.

PZPR

PZPR, SB and TW types all flock round Schetyna and his
P(estilent) O(rganisation). Ever wonder why?
gregy741 4 | 1,204
15 May 2017 #5
foreign investments for 2016 up 74% ,second highest grow in Europe only after "fascist" Hungary.
suck it ,leftist EU trash
peterweg 36 | 2,316
15 May 2017 #6
This is the leftish EU trash investing in Poland, eh? And I thought P3 HATED foreign investments?

2004 $12.9bn
2005 $8.2bn
2006 $12.9bn
2007 $19.9bn
2008 $12.3bn
2009 $10bn
2010 $12.8bn
2011 $15.95bn
2012 $12.4bn
2013 $3.6bn
2014 $17.6bn
2015 $13.06bn
2016 $5.7bn
2016 $9.9bn

So a **** poor year followed by an average year is a success?

knoema.com/OECDFDIS2014/oecd-foreign-direct-investment-fdi-statistics?country=1000260-poland


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