Investors from the other side of the Oder are disquieted by Poland’s opaque laws and fiscal system and by the perceived lack of economic and political stabilisation. But Poland is still a very important market for German enterprises on account of its proximity and its strong internal demand. The intensiveness of Polish-German economic ties is testified to by the figures – in 2005, 29% of Polish exports were to Germany, and 25% of Polish imports were from Germany.