Recent years have brought ever-increasing dynamism of the international expansion of Polish companies, which are no longer just exporting products, but also opening overseas branches or acquiring foreign entities. Each one of these models has its advantages and disadvantages, and likewise business and legal pitfalls.

Polish companies most frequently expand to relatively proximate markets – the European Union countries, Ukraine, and the UK. That said, there has been a pronounced uptick in Polish transactions in the Middle East. For the IT and new tech sectors, a badge of honour of sorts is comprised in getting at least a foothold in the USA and in East Asia (...)


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