Poland was ranked 30th in the 2012 Mergers & Acquisitions Maturity Index report published by Ernst & Young, Parkiet reported.
The annual index ranks 148 countries on their ability to attract both domestic and cross-border M&A deals.
The ranking is based on analyses of countries' regulatory, political, economic and financial environments, along with their technological capabilities, socioeconomic characteristics, infrastructure and assets.
In terms of human capital, Poland received first place in Europe, gaining 92 of 100 points, which indicates a highly educated and well-qualified workforce.
Lower marks were earned in the regulatory and political factors category, with 48 points out of 100 (a two-point improvement over last year).
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