YEREVAN. - The lack of Polish investments into Armenia’s economy is due to insufficient information, Poland’s Deputy Minister of Economy Tomasz Tomczykiewicz told Armenian News-NEWS.am.
The meetings within the frameworks of Armenian-Polish business forum in Yerevan may create an attractive image of Armenia, he added.
“However, there are no such investments yet and one of the reasons may be the insufficient work with Polish investors. They should be presented the advantages of their potential business, for example, the free trade zone with the CIS states and trade with Iran,” the Minister said.
To note, according to the National Statistical Service data, there are no Polish investments in Armenia, at the same time the goods turnover between the two states made $36.7 million last year, while export from Armenia was 2.5 percent of the entire turnover.