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Free Article - PMR Consulting Shale gas in Poland
Poland is undoubtedly a front runner for unconventional gas exploration projects in Europe and potentially a centre of future shale gas development in the region. The growing interest in the country’s unconventional resources is driven by strong need for supply diversification and relatively easy access to the market for foreign investors whose operations are additionally supported by the Polish government, at least on the level of official political statements and declarations.
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Free Article - PMR Consulting Pharmaceutical lobbying
A successful market entry of a new drug requires on one hand obeying the registration procedures, and on the other – plenty of supporting activities promoting the new therapy, listing on reimbursement lists, and above all convincing the parties influencing patients’ behaviours and choices. Historically, the pharmaceutical industry used to have bad publicity related to illegal contacts with authorities and physicians. However, it seems that with increasing access to information and companies’ social responsibility awareness this situation has significantly changed.
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Free Article - PMR Consulting Automotive market in CEE – what next? Current situation and mid-term prospects
Currently, we can observe a growing demand in automotive production works in Central-Eastern Europe, not only due to the market recovery in the industry, but also due to the trend to move some parts of the production from developed to developing countries. Such a situation provides subcontractors with a great opportunity to develop their business and an opportunity for global carmakers to save costs by outsourcing the production whilst maintaining the high quality of car parts.
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Free Article - PMR Consulting Mergers & Acquisitions – cooperation with an entrepreneur from Central and Eastern Europe: a practical guide part I
A few years ago Central Eastern Europe became one of the favourite regions, attracting investors’ interests. There are several reasons for this, from the historical, geographical and political to the macroeconomic. CEE has been attractive for companies looking for outsourcing hubs, production operations, new prospective markets and demand, operations diversification as well as investments ideas. This trend affected, inter alia, the mergers and acquisitions area in the region. A large number of international players have already invested in the region or are looking for investment opportunities. We have prepared a short guide for those considering entering the CEE market via an acquisition.
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