Published at: 2015-09-29 11:29 | Author: Donata Karpik
Poland says Slovakia won the race for the enormous new investment because it offered more incentives than makes sense
Poland failed to win the next Jaguar and Land Rover factory, on which the automobile giant Tata Motors intends to spend GBP 1.2bn. The news in mid-August came as a shock to those Poles who had believed a report in the British Sunday Times over the summer claiming that the Indian-based concern would likely pick Poland. Local officials in the Slovak town of Nitra scoffed at the article and continued their lobbying activites.

However, The Times article had suggested that Poland would be given th...

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