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Minister of the Economy meets President of Special Economic Zones
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Apr '08
From the left: Rafal Baniak, the Undersecretary of State and Waldemar Pawlak, the Minister of Economy (MG)
From the left: Rafal Baniak, the Undersecretary of State and Waldemar Pawlak, the Minister of Economy (MG)
The Special Economic Zones should be the place for promotion and introduction of modern technology. Only then will we be able to fully make use of Poland's economic potential - said Mr Waldemar Pawlak, the Minister of Economy, during a meeting with the managements of the Special Economic Zones, which took place at the Ministry of Economy.

The minister stressed - It's crucial to tighten up the cooperation between the bodies for education and the R&D centres, with the firms operating in the Special Economic Zones. This will enable Poland to develop a competitive advantage as an attractive place for new investments. - It was the minister's opinion that more cooperation between investors and education centres, would lead to a more effective use of new technology.

According to the Minister of Economy, one of the main factors that would be attractive to further the location of foreign investments in Poland is a well educated workforce. - We must attract new firms not only by public aid and tax exemptions, but also with our employees - he emphasised.

Among the most important and positive effects of the Zones' activities in 2007, the Minister Pawlak, mentioned the inflow of foreign capital and the increase in employment - We must remember that what counts aren't only the Special Zones' profits, but above all the long term effects of their activities on the economy - he said.

The Zones' tasks in the coming years will be to build up such an interconnected network of personnel, education centres, infrastructure and business partners, which will mean that even after the expiry of the SEZ privileges, Poland will continue to be an attractive place for foreign companies - he added.

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