Janusz Piechociński, deputy PM and minister of the economy told journalists on Thursday that his ministry is finalizing a major deal that would lead to an automobile giant building a new factory in Poland that would assemble 100,000 cars. Piechociński however, declined to mention the specific name of the company.
Piechociński said that at the beginning 60% of the accessories and parts that would be used in the assembling process would come from Poland. The economy minister had originally announced the negotiations with the investor last December saying then that “we are about to see a major deal.”
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