9 percent of SMEs want to move abroad

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opublikowano: 19-05-2005, 19:15

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – 9 percent of Polish small and medium-sized enterprises plan to shift operations to other EU countries, a recent poll made by PKPP, Polish private employers confederation found. This idea is most popular among transportation companies (17.9 percent will leave Poland), construction firms (11.

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – 9 percent of Polish small and medium-sized enterprises plan to shift operations to other EU countries, a recent poll made by PKPP, Polish private employers confederation found. This idea is most popular among transportation companies (17.9 percent will leave Poland), construction firms (11.5 percent) and those offering services, including hotels and restaurants (4.9 percent). ‘As the main reason they mention bigger stability, more transparent tax system, bigger demand and smaller red-tape’, Malgorzata Krzysztoszek, chief expert in PKPP said.

In 2005, Polish companies expect bigger sales (72 percent), higher income (71 percent), plan investments (38 percent) and only 29 percent of them fear bigger competition. A year ago it was 70 percent of respondents. Malgorzata Krzysztoszek stressed that bigger investments did not mean bigger debts, which means that companies have funds.Poland/Economy/Enterprises/EU

 

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