According to MSCI Emerging Markets Index, Poland is one of the most attractive business destinations in the world. It scored number four on the list, and was overhauled only by Mexico, Turkey and the Czech Republic, the latter two also being its European rivals in this aspect.
The analysis conducted by MSCI was based on a range of indexes, including growth, yields, current-account position and asset valuations. It also focused on the competitiveness of exchange rates in comparison with US dollar and political risks.
Although the report analyses only emerging markets, it is arguable whether Poland is still one of them. A recent update by FTSE Russell in October 2017 classified the Warsaw Stock Exchange as a developed one. Now Poland is the first Central European country to be ranked in this way. Will the country leave other emerging sheets soon?
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Source: MSCI Emerging Markets