Many companies from around the world are looking for partners in central countries. It is a chance for opportunities for Polish investors, but also for those investing in Poland. Such conclusions were drawn from the discussion panel that took place at the Polish House during the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
The meeting devoted to “The role of Central and Eastern European countries on the map of global value chains and value centers” was preceded by a speech by the Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of State Competences Jacek Sasin. According to the last 2.5 years, this has brought a solution, a difficult solution related to the coronavirus and the war in Ukraine. “These events have proved that the repairs carried out so far simplified the repairs. The machine pandemic – the work of global supply chains, it turned out that scattering around the globe will not work. The war showed how important it is to designate ”- materials to be built from Russia.
At the same time, he stated that Poland could become the place where it would follow the progress, current global investments and the transferred production, because as a country we have a lot to offer. “Poland lies at the intersection of electronic routes: east-west and north-south. We are investing in communication, for example in a road project that will connect the port of Thessaloniki with the Baltic worlds, said Prime Minister Sasin.
In logistics, she says, we are carried to become the center of progress and take on a role that has changed to that other person, especially China. We also sell professionals who can participate in this process.
In the panels that have learned, on the role of Central and Eastern Europe in the world of alternative tools for the exchange of views and views in the world, global tools for the exchange of views and views in the world. Google Cloud, Honeywell, IBM or Polish market giants such as Pekao, Asseco, KGHM or PESA.
“We had a share of how important Europe is, Europe is going, not only a Polish company, the economy, which is taking place in the current step, but also Polish going” – another for Polish people Leszek Skiba, president of Peka SA
In the post -andemic times, followed by the Ukrainian context, it is already evident that many companies are looking for partners in our part of the continent. “Delivering goods from Asia takes time, and there is a risk that it may not always arrive. Supply networks are tearing, and in this context, Central Europe is gaining, entrepreneurs, i.e. customers, are gaining “- said the president of Pekao SA
On the one hand, one can observe growth or growth on a par with other products, and on the other hand – inflation, resulting from an increase in the amount of price increases. “Costs are rising in many places. For many companies, wages are also an additional cost increase. However, this is not as problematic as you may be missing for work. The level in Poland is one of the European countries ”- the European Union among the countries – Leszek Skiba.
Poland is also a country, and in many people it has very high qualifications. “Representatives of global giants such as Google said you can find people with competences. For this reason, many companies are looking for opportunities by recreating their competence center here, ”added the president of Pekao.
According to him, we live in a world where you can see that there is a rise for the further economic growth of Poland. “On the other hand, we have security: with Russia’s aggression against Ukraine, that is, the perception of Poland as threatened by war. It is extremely important that we fight this type of perception because we are safe after all. The war is far from Warsaw, ”said Leszek Skiba.
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