According to the report prepared by EY, Oxford Economics and Conway on world’s most competitive cities Warsaw, in the region of CEE and Western Asia, scored the highest position in its business and financial services area ahead of Budapest and Prague. The capital is also a leader in life sciences (including pharmaceuticals) industry ahead of Budapest, Skopje and Prague. In turn, in the energy, transport and logistics sectors, the city ranked second.
The authors of the report pointed out the locations that stand out in the most competitive areas: aerospace, automotive, business and financial services, chemicals and plastics, electronics, energy, food and beverage, IT and communications, life sciences, machinery and equipment, metals, transportation and logistics.
The study methodology was based among others on distinguishing locations based on their ability to attract and retain investment in a given sector.
Read the report here: https://siteselection.com/cc/wmcc/2017/
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