• 17.08.2018

Good year for Central Europe

A stable economic situtation helped the biggest Central European companies to increase revenues and net incomes in 2006. The revenues of all companies included in the Top 500 list grew by 19 percent, their net incomes by 6 percent
[srodtytul]Foreign investments[/srodtytul]In the last few years Central Europe has become one of the most attractive regions for foreign investors. The FDI (Foreign Direct Investments) hasbeen growing steadily sincethe transformation began. The importance of foreigncorporations is also reflected in the Top 500 Central and Eastern Europe list. Almost 30 global corporations generate nearly 30 percent of revenues of all companies included in our ranking. In 2006 their sales exceeded euro140 bln and was 17 percent higher than the year before. Telecommunication and automotive companies are the most conspicuous among theleaders in this region. Thanks to expensive acquisitions a strong position was alsoachieved by energy companies. Polish PKN Orlen is the leader ot the ranking, the biggest companies in the region is in fact Volkswagen. If Volkswagen all inestments in the region were consolidated its revenues would exceed euro 21,3 bln. In the Czech Repulic alone Only in the VW createdover ...
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