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  • Faithful to my Homeland, the Republic of Poland

     

  • POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC COOPERATION

  • 14 June 2017

    During her visit to Copenhagen, Prime Minister Beata Szydło met with Danish investors to discuss the possibilities of future cooperation including integrating Polish companies into the Danish production chains. Head of the Polish government also presented the attractiveness of the Polish market.

    During her visit to Copenhagen, Prime Minister of the Republic of Poland Beata Szydło met with Danish investors to discuss the possibilities of future cooperation including integrating Polish companies into the Danish production chains. Head of the Polish government also presented the attractiveness of the Polish market. The meeting was attended by 16 companies recognized as the most active ones in Polish-Danish cooperation in the sectors of food, IT, energy and health. Discussions also touched upon common activities on third markets.


    We are very glad, that Denmark as one of the first countries discoveredPoland’s economic potential immediately after the democratic and market transition in 1989 and consequently invested in the development of our economic relations. Today we wish to move these relations to the next stage taking account of our potential in the fields of innovation, high qualifications of Poles and possibilities of joint endeavours as well as a fully-fledged business partnerships including on third markets, said Prime Minister Beata Szydło.

    The meeting in the Confederation of Danish Industries was
    also aimed at presenting Poland’s economic development priorities to the Danish companies, to present the potential of the Polish market and to convince them to conduct valuable and high-quality investments that will create “added-value” work places.

    At present, more than 800 Danish companies are investing in Poland. They are located throughout the whole country, but most notably in the regions of Mazowieckie, Opolskie, Zachodniopomorskie and Pomorskie. Danish branches of Polish companies on the other hand represent a good example of the growing presence of Polish businesses and Polish products in Denmark.

    Poland is the 9th biggest export market for Denmark, and the turnover between the two countries is constantly rising reaching 5
    .281,3 mln EURO in 2016.

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