The Polish government is not the most lavish one as far as attracting FDI is concerned. According to the latest report by the Polish Foreign Investment Agency, Poland has less incentives than Bulgaria and the Czech Republic but more than Slovakia or Romania.
Poland is once again changing the rules of operation of Special Economic Zones. After the recent proposals of the Ministry of Economy, some experts predict their revival. Especially after Prime Minister Donald Tusk recently declared support for investors. Permanent state aid may be criticised, but it is a path followed by almost all countries.
Even if the investment wonder of Budapest is only an aberration in statistics, Poland could learn a lot from its fellow state. Hungary has developed a number of solutions that encourage enterprises to invest capital in the country. It is worthwhile to follow in their footsteps.