For the second year in a row, Poland has risen significantly – this year by seven positions – in the World Bank’s Doing Business ranking, in which countries are graded based on the quality of their business climate. The ranking is considered one of the most important resources used by investors to decide whether to invest in a given country. This year Poland ranked 55th in the Doing Business report, which encompasses 185 countries, and is behind the likes of Georgia, Lithuania and Kazakhstan.
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