“Such a great score should not come as a surprise. Currently, the risk level in Poland is much lower while savings and potential profit considerably higher than in other countries” - says Adam Żołnowski, Director of PricewaterhouseCoopers Poland. This has been proved by the latest Poland’s ratings in the modern business services sector. In the top 10 emerging cities category, Cracow was second to none, scoring higher than Beijing, Buenos Aires, Cairo and São Paulo. This makes Cracow the best prospective city for business services.
The results of the UNCTAD rankings are based on the recommendations of three groups of respondents: heads of transnational corporations (non-financial), national investment promotion agencies and experts. The Report confirms the growing significance of the developing countries, which translates into smaller number of projects being performed in developed countries - in 2010, less than 50% of the world investments.