Immigration to Poland
Brief Introduction to Poland
Poland is a country situated in central Europe that borders to Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania, the Baltic Sea and Kaliningrad Oblast. It covers an area of 312.679 Km² and there live more than 38 million people. It is the 9th largest country in Europe. Its climate varies from North to South being warmer and continental in the south and east, and an oceanic and more humid climate in the North and west. The summers are warm and winters are cold.
The Republic of Poland has a parliamentary political system, and its capital city is Warsaw. Other major cities are Krakow and Lodz. Its official language is Polish.
Poland enjoys one of the healthiest economies of the post communist countries and today stands out as a successful example of the transition from a state-directed economy to a primarily privately owned market economy. Its official currency is the Zloty.
Poland has a large number of private farms in its agricultural sector, with the potential to become a leading producer of food in the European Union. In addition, Warsaw leads Central Europe in foreign investment.
The Polish economy is currently undergoing economic development, and is very likely to join the ERM in 2009 and adopt the euro in 2012 or 2013.
Immigration is new to Poland, as Since joining the European Union, many workers have left to work in other EU countries, and now, due to its economic growth, the strong value of Polish currency, and quickly decreasing unemployment the exodus seems to be over. In fact, Poland holds the 46th position in the list of countries by immigrant population, published by the United Nations report World Population Policies 2005, with approximately 156.000 immigrants.
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