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Czech Republic and Poland in top ten business destinations

Rafał Ostrowski 17 May 2019

Rafał Ostrowski


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Rafał Ostrowski has over 17 years’ experience as a journalist. Before joining ‘Eurobuild CEE’ five years ago, he wrote for Wydawnictwo Murator and Shopping Centre Magazine, as well as for retailnet.pl. He has also written for many newspapers and magazines as a freelancer and prepared photo-reportages. Rafał graduated from the University of Warsaw in philosophy. He also completed postgraduate studies in text editing. For ‘Eurobuild CEE’ he covers most real estate sectors, including logistics, construction, office, residential and retail. He is also in charge of the film direction for Eurobuild TV.

Czech Republic and Poland in top ten business destinations
Cushman & Wakefield Manufacturing Risk Index 2019

WORLD The Czech Republic was ranked sixth with Poland coming seventh in the world’s most suitable locations for global manufacturers to expand or relocate their operations to, published by Cushman & Wakefield. The top spot was taken by China.

The top ten also includes the US, Taiwan, India, Canada, while Malaysia came eighth followed by Lithuania and Hungary. A total of 48 countries were assessed on the basis of 20 factors. China scored highly due to its government's investment in and adoption of technology, while the US was the most attractive for those seeking to minimise their exposure to economic and political upheavals: “Far Eastern countries such as China, Taiwan and India remain at the top. Their key strengths include a favourable business environment and very competitive operating costs for manufacturers,” said Joanna Sinkiewicz, the head of the industrial and logistics agency at Cushman & Wakefield. “The US and Canada also feature prominently as attractive locations for manufacturing requiring skilled labour and manufacturers who in particular value economic and political security. Poland remains in the top tier in seventh place for its overall operating conditions. The risks of operating in Poland continue to be considered as being relatively high. Improvements in how investors perceive the country would help Poland be ranked higher and attract new investment,” said Joanna Sinkiewicz, the head of industrial and logistics at Cushman & Wakefield

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