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China, Poland: a lot in common

POLAND is offering incentives to improve the investment environment for Chinese companies to do business there, Poland officials said recently in Shanghai.

China plans to tap into Poland’s strong technology base for joint projects in health care, the creation of smart cities and advanced agriculture.

Poland was among the first countries to forge new ties with China under the “Belt and Road” initiative. Analysts see great opportunities for expansion of commerce and cultural exchanges.

Poland has numerous industrial zones and public service platforms that can be tapped by Chinese investors. The nation’s membership in the European Union gives it ready access to EU certifications and favorable trade policies, said Jerzy Bujok, deputy general manager of the Polish Chamber of Commerce.

It’s easy for Chinese investors and their families to obtain passports and even residency permits, he added.

With increased aged populations in both countries, digital medical services to improve health care will be one area of mutual interest, said Professor R.Z. Opara, who has experience in the field in both Poland and Australia.


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