Moody’s agency confirmed Poland’s rating. This means that Poland remains a reliable partner for foreign investors.
Rating agency: three key factors
Moody’s informed that maintaining Poland’s rating results from the balance of three key factors. The first is the country’s efforts to increase energy security, as well as NATO’s security guarantees and the presence of troops, which mitigates the geopolitical threat resulting from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, including Russia’s decision to cut off gas supplies to Poland this week.
The second important factor is the resilience of the Polish economy and the still strong institutional framework, which – as assessed by the agency – faces challenges related to the gradual erosion of the rule of law.
The third factor that influenced the agency’s decisions to maintain the rating to the greatest extent was the favourable structure of Poland’s debt and its relatively low cost. This makes it possible to bear the greater debt and ease the fiscal challenges resulting from the armed conflict in Ukraine.
Consultation regarding Investing in Poland
The rating from the rating agency Moody shows that Poland still is a great country to invest in. But it is difficult and can get very expensive, if you don’t have the right knowledge about Poland and the right network in Poland.
I have both after living in Poland and done business here for over 14 years. Therefore hire me as a consultant regarding the Polish market or the Danish market (I am from Denmark originally).
You can read more about my services at bizinpoland.com or bizipolen.dk (in Danish) and send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is possible on bizinpoland.com to book an online consultation appointment and I also offer to become your sales agent on the Polish or Danish market.
But I dont say yes to sell all products. I of course have to see that there is a market for it etc. But send me an e-mail and we will take it from there.
Source: BusinessInsider and Biz in Poland