Essay about Business Pl Organic Food And Farming

888 Words Apr 21st, 2016 4 Pages
Madeline Michener, Morgan Stelmaszynski, Joanna Poston, Joe Brahler
Team 6 Business Plan: Organic Food and Farming Poland has a population of over 38 million people. With a large percentage of Poland’s population being 30 and younger, the workforce is continuing to grow. The location in the middle of Europe with Germany, the Ukraine, and Czech Republic as neighbors has them in a prime location for trading opportunities. The growth of the economy boomed after the accession into the European Union in 2004. Poland became the ninth largest economy in the European Union and the twenty-fifth in the world. During the recession of 2009, Poland was the only European Country to grow economically. Poland’s government does not pose many threats for American businesses trying to enter their market. Poland has a specialized government agency that deals with foreign investors, Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency, that helps them to work through all the necessary legal and administrative processes. Since joining the European union, Poland has ratified many European and international human rights treaties, including the domestic labor law that follows European Union regulations and includes laws on discrimination in the workplace. Corruption in Poland has been reduced significantly because of the Polish Anti-Corruption Bureau, and this has created public willingness to confront corruption and lead to a reduction and the amount of corruption in Poland. After joining the…

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