East-European markets Markets in Eeastern Europe are still attractive for foreign investors

Many investors resolutely consider investing in East-European markets. Obviously, it is risky to generalize about all markets in the part of Europe. E.g., investing in Poland still remains a great deal more popular than investing in Belarus, because of a current political situation.

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Nevertheless, it is clearly visible in plenty of data as well as different analysis that foreign investments in this part of Europe remains growing. Nowadays, plenty of enterprises open their offices or subsidiaries in East-European markets. There are some factors that may be indicated as main results of such situation.

Firstly, the economy of Eastern European countries are continuously growing. That means that its societies are becoming more and more rich. Definitely, it attracts new businesses and investments as men and women are able to spend more money on their consumption. It is well known economic law that when society becomes richer, new investments come. Surely, if there is no limits decreed by the state.



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And here we reach the second crucial factor which is: incentives for investment. Tons of governments make a decision to develop and implement various investment incentives strategies. They are designed with the purpose to encourage foreign investments in the country. Those incentives might have different forms. A lot of depends on a specific scheme created and implemented by government of a concrete country.

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From time to time, it may be an incentive for a concrete industry, sometimes only for a specific region. In the second case, it usually aims to develop least developed regions of the country. A good of such investment incentives may be the idea of developing industrial parks. Such initiative is rather common in the region of Eastern Europe. They are frequently created in a special areas which have the highest possibility of industrial development. What is substantial is that the area is well connected with other regions and cities by roads, airports and railroads. E.g., industrial park in Poland frequently may offer good business infrastructure connecting not just other Polish cities, but also with nearby countries such as Lathvia or Ukraine.

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