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Poland - PhaseZero Market Insight Report

  • ID: 1512674
  • Country Profile
  • September 2010
  • Region: Poland
  • 25 Pages
  • Whythawk
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Whythawk PhaseZero reports offer rapid, high-level comparative country insight. Our reports combine quantitative and qualitative content with striking data visualisation. To assist comprehension, chart elements - called sparklines - are integrated throughout the report to allow concise and immediate comparisons of all reported data.

Charts and data are presented relative to a benchmark of leading emerging market investment destinations. All content is comprehensively referenced with online links embedded into the report for immediate access to source documentation.

Poland has been analysed according to the following segments:

1. Demography: Population, Health and Education
2. Economy: Market Opportunity and Investment Environment
3. Infrastructure: Telecommunications, Energy, Access and Rights
4. State: Governance, Law and Stability
5. Structure: Aid, Enterprise and State Expenditure
6. Healthcare: Morbidity, Mortality & Treatment

A flavour of major economic opportunities and risks highlighted in the PhaseZero Poland report:

- Poland moved to ramp up its stalled privatisation programme and boost depleted state coffers by an estimated $12.2 billion through 2010. The treasury ministry said in 2009 it expected two-thirds of the proceeds in2010, in large part from the sale of power groups Enea, Tauron, PGE and PAK. It also wants to sell several chemicals companies.

- In 2009, Poland received a record-high loan of $2.7 billion from the EIB for road construction for use until 2013. This is the largest investment loan that Poland has received from the EIB. The money is enough to resurface 4,000 - 5,000 kilometres of roadways in the country.

- In July 2009, Poland increased its sale of dollar bonds by 25.0 percent to $2.0 billion after investors placed orders for four times that amount, helping the economy to plug its growing budget deficit. Poland needed funds as it faced a 48.0 percent deeper budget shortfall than the government had planned.

- Over 300,000 people come to Poland every year to take advantage of elective medical procedures at lower prices than in Western Europe. According to estimates from the Polish Association of Medical Tourism, between 300,000 and 330,000 people visit Poland annually and spend an average of $1,500 on elective medical and dental procedures.
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Poland Market Insight Contents

Country Overview
Introduction to Poland
The Bue Curve and Emerging Market Analysis
Methodology: Bue Analysis
Bue Analysis
Comparative GDP Forecast, and Exchange Rate Base Year and Value
Segment 1: Demography
Segment 2: Economy
Segment 3: Infrastructure
Segment 4: State
Segment 5: Structure
Segment 6: Healthcare
Bue Analysis Conclusions
References: Data Sources
References: Content Sources

Poland Market Insight Figures

Key Country Rankings (Poland), 2010
Bue Curve - Summary of Results (Poland), 2010
Gross domestic product, current prices in US dollars (Poland), 2010
Zloty Vs. US Dollar, 2000 - 2009
Key Population and Education Indicators (Poland), 2010
Key Health Indicators (Poland), 2010
Key Market Opportunity Indicators (Poland), 2010
Key Investment Environment Indicators (Poland), 2010
Key Telecommunications Indicators (Poland), 2010
Key Energy Indicators (Poland), 2010
Key Governance and Legal Indicators (Poland), 2010
Key Stability Indicators (Poland), 2010
Key State Ease of Business Indicators (Poland), 2010
Key Aid and Enterprise Indicators (Poland), 2010
Key Mortality and Morbidity Indicators (Poland), 2010
Key Treatment Indicators (Poland), 2010
Final Table of Bue Scores (Poland), 2010
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