WARSAW: The Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH) aims to open 20 trade offices abroad by the end of this year, its head has said.
Around 70 such offices are to be set up by the end of 2019, Polish Radio’s IAR news agency reported.
It added that Polish companies are increasingly eyeing foreign markets.
Speaking at an Economic Forum in the southern town of Krynica Zdrój, Polish Investment and Trade Agency chief Tomasz Pisula said companies from this country are interested in doing business in locations including Africa, South America and Asia.
Mid-sized Polish companies as well as large firms increasingly have their sights set on foreign markets, according to IAR.
PAIH is a government agency that helps investors to enter Poland and promotes Polish goods and services.