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Małopolska with the largest foreign capital increase in 2016

Wyślij Print Pobierz added: Jerzy Fugas | 2018-02-01 14:52:28
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According to the Central Statistical Office GUS Małopolska recorded in 2016, the largest foreign capital increase among all Polish regions, which amounted to 30.5%. The total value of forein capital in Małopolska in 2016 amounted to PLN 16.4 billion, which places the region in 5th place in Poland, after Mazovia (PLN 94.5 billion), Wielkopolska (PLN 23.3 billion), Lower Silesia (PLN 16.7 billion) and Silesia (PLN 16.6 billion).

The Central Statistical Office (GUS) reports that in 2016, over 80% of foreign capital was located in five voivodships. As in 2015, almost a half in the Mazowieckie voivodship (47.4%) and over one third (36.6%) in the following four voivodships: Wielkopolskie (11.7%), Dolnośląskie (8.4%), Śląskie (8.3%) and Małopolskie (8.2%). The share of foreign capital in any of the other 11 voivodships did not exceed 4% of the total value of this capital invested in Poland. The highest foreign capital increase in comparison to 2015 was recorded in the Małopolskie voivodship (by 30.5%) and Podlaskie voivodship (by 22.6%). The decrease was recorded in 6 voivodships, the highest in Podkarpackie voivodship (by 55.0%) and Zachodniopomorskie voivodship (by 14.4%).