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Poland tempts Irish companies

Matthew Creagh of the Ireland Poland Business Association says the east European nation is potentially fertile ground for Irish firms

27th November, 2010

Irish businesses have an opportunity to tap into the growing Polish market, according to the Ireland Poland Business Association (IPBA).

Despite the worldwide recession, Poland’s economy is still buoyant, and compares favourably to most other European countries. For instance, last year there was a 4.5 per cent increase in the construction industry in Poland, while the European average was 8.7 per cent.

The country also saw a drop of only 3.5 per cent in industrial...

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