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GIP - Poland

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PESTLE Summary
Opportunities and Threats to further assess the opportunitites and threats involved when investing in poland, they have been quantified in this table a nation of proud cultural heritage - in Central europe
- 69th largest country in the world
- population of 38.0 million
- 97.8% use polish as main language Poland PESTLE poland's
history Poland Student numbers macro Presentation Outline Vision 2030 Poland becomes a member of the EU

Poland joins NATO

Soviet troops start to leave Poland

Poland comes under control of Soviet Union

Soviet Union invades Poland

Poland becomes independent investment? Legal. Porter's Diamond. Infrastructure. any questions? negative. positive. 1918 1939 1944 1992 1999 2004 = + - Generous social welfare benefits

- State guaranteed social benefit

- Centralised government - Labour activation policies

- Privatisation of social institutes

- Dencentralised government - State re-training schemes

- Government supervision Welfare State Workfare State Welfare Society Political - Introduction / History of Poland
- Macro factors - PESTLE
- Porter's Diamond
- Conclusion
- References GDP, Constant Prices ($ billion) Stable Regime

Great foreign relations with EU, US and neighbours

Low tax rates

Provisions for future developments Vision 2030 Bureaucracy and corruption hinder business set ups

Postponed Euro accession

High public defict positive. Economic negative.
Among the fastest developing countries

High economic growth

Low inflation rate

Falling unemployment rates Social positive. Europe's leaders in promotion of upper secondary education

Uniformity of language and religion

Strong performance on social indicators

Huge IT market High level of emigration

Lowest fertility rate among EU countries

Negative population growth rate

Low spending on healthcare negative. Hofstede. Technological positive. negative. positive. negative. Environmental. positive. negative. Key 1 - Unfavourable
2 - Risky
3 - Neutral
4 - Favourable
5 - Great Summary of main 'PESTLE' points Stable regimes

Favourable economic environment for investment

Competitive level of FDI

Large and highly educated workforce

Increasing capital investment in telecom sector

Steady increase in demand for more value added services

Access to European markets

Low labour cost Bureaucratic inefficiency and corruption

High public debt and weak public expenditure

Negative population growth

Relatively low level of R&D investment

Weak infrastructure positive
aspects. negative
aspects. ...fewer negative aspects than positive FACTORS Labour. Land & Resources. Capital. Government and EU-funded programmes to aid financing of R&D projects

‘Doing Business’ ranks Poland 15 (out of 183 economies) for ease of getting credit Large well-educated, young and hardworking labour force

Among the most competitive labour costs in the EU

Improved working conditions

Relatively high unemployment

Rigid labour regulations

More workplace risks Ranked 103rd (out of 183) in the World Economic Forum’s Global competitive report 2009/2010

Weak infrastructures Reconstruction of infrastructures funded by EU

Development of infrastructures through the Euro 2010 Football Championships preparation Rich in natural resources, coal

Cheap coal-based power-production

Stable power-production until 2020

Rising of new share of energy
– oil, gas, hydro FOUR FACTORS 0925411, 0929662, 0923593, 0827957, 0900601, 0924594, 0920569. Weak exchange rate of Zloty

Raising interest rates on
government debt

Falling but positive FDI Operational Programme Innovative Economy 2007 – 2013

Polish IT market expected to grow by 3% to PLN 25bln in 2010

Implementation of a competitive telecoms environment

Increase in capital investment into broadband by operators

Growth in demands for more value-added services Ranked 22nd in economic innovation out of the EU27

Low R&D expenditure and underdeveloped venture capital market

Selection of projects is very cumbersome and requires extensive administrative burdens

Expensive broadband services Adoption of EU legislation

Liberalization of telecommunication sector

Lower corporate tax rates

Removed from the Special 301 Watch list Slow judicial system

High levels of administrative red tape Strong policy framework

Higher potential in renewable energy

Improvements in air pollution Ranked 63rd in Environmental Performance Index

International Agreement
- Kyoto Protocol

Inefficiency in waste management

Low estimate of the potential of RES
- Lack of funding Syndicate 24 Poland x x x x x x PESTLE

Political
Michigan State University, 2011. Poland: Economy.
Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency, 2011. Personal Income Tax ’11.
The Economist, 2007. Charlemagne: The Polish farewell. The Economist Newspaper Limited
The Economist, 2008. Poland’s Politics: Looking nice but doing nothing. The Economist Newspaper Limited.
Warsaw Business Journal, 2010. Warsaw Business Journal: Trend Book Poland 2010. Warsaw Business Journal.
World Bank Group, 2010. Public Expenditure Review. Public Expenditure Review. 1, pp. 9-10

Economic
Business Monitor International, 2010. Poland Business Forecast Report. Business Monitor International.
CIA, 2010. The World Factbook: Poland.
Datamonitor, 2010. Country Analysis Report: Poland. Datamonitor.
Economist Intelligence Unit, 2011. Country Report – Poland. London: Economist Intelligence Unit.
Eurostat. 2011. Market Integration - Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) intensity. Eurostat.

Social
CIA, 2010. The World Factbook: Poland.
Datamonitor, 2010. Country Analysis Report: Poland. Datamonitor.
Itim International, 2010. Greet Hofstede Cultural Dimensions.
PricewaterhouseCoopers, 2011. Investment in Poland 2011. PricewaterhouseCoopers PLC.

Technological
Business Monitor International, 2010. Poland Telecommunications Report Q1 2011: Includes 5-year Forecast to 2015. London: Business Monitor International.
European Commission, 2007. Poland: Operational Programme ‘Innovative Economy’.
INNO-Policy TrendChart, 2009. Innovation Policy Progress Report 2009. Belgium: European Commission.
Ministry of Regional Development, 2007. Operational Programme Innovative Economy 2007 – 2013: National Strategic Reference Framework 2007 – 2013. Warsaw: Ministry of Regional Development
OECD, 2010. OECD Science, Technology and Industry Outlook 2010. OECD Publishing.
Olszynka, P., 2010. IT Market in Poland to grow by PLN 25bn in 2010.
Warsaw Business Journal, 2011. EU: Poland lags behind in Innovation.

Legal
Business Management, 2004. The Heart of Europe: A guide to investing in Poland.
Datamonitor, 2010. Country Analysis Report: Poland. Datamonitor.
International Intellectual Property Alliance, 2011. Special 301 Report on Copyright Protection and Enforcement, Poland.
OECD, 2001. The Role of Competition Policy in Regulatory Reform.

Environmental
Datamonitor, 2010. Country Analysis Report: Poland. Datamonitor.
European Commission Environment, 2008. Environmental Policy Action in the Member States.
Polish Market, 2009. Polish New Energy Policy.


PORTER’S DIAMOND

Labour
CIA, 2010. The World Factbook: Poland.
Datamonitor, 2010. Country Analysis Report: Poland. Datamonitor.
Warsaw Business Journal, 2011. Warsaw Business Journal’s guide to Investmenting in Poland 2011.

Capital
Doing Business, 2011. Doing Business 2011, Poland: Making a Difference for Entrepreneurs. Washington: The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/ The World Bank.

Natural Resources
CIA, 2010. The World Factbook: Poland.
Economist Intelligence Unit, 2011. Country Report – Poland. London: Economist Intelligence Unit.

Infrastructure
CIA, 2010. The World Factbook: Poland.
Warsaw Business Journal, 2010. Warsaw Business Journal: Trend Book Poland 2010. Warsaw Business Journal. (datamonitor, 2010) References
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