Poland has the sixth largest economy in the European Union. The Polish economy has been growing steadily for almost three decades – a record high in the EU. Poland's success can be attributed to a strong domestic market and consistent focus on developing deep ties with the EU, giving access to Europe's huge market. Investment of EU funds into infrastructure combined with a willingness to embrace the technology sector has meant that Poland has become a centre for start-ups and a location of choice for many major international corporations wishing to access the highly skilled workforce.

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Patents & innovation

Pharmaceutical patent law in times of crisis: A comparative study – Part 1

9 November 2020
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by multiple authors

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Employment, pensions & mobility

Work/Life: international employment news update

Issue 18

4 November 2020
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by Sean Nesbitt and Marc André Gimmy

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Distribution & competition law

Poland - Franchise and Distribution newsletter #23

Our latest franchise and distribution insights across Europe

3 November 2020

by Szymon Gołębiowski

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Corporate/M&A & capital markets

Taylor Wessing recognised in M&A by IFLR1000

16 October 2020

by Ewelina Stobiecka and Andrzej Mikosz

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