Polish President Andrzej Duda on Saturday starts an official visit to Mexico.
Along comes a score of Polish companies interested in increasing their footprint in Latin America. The five-day mission will include a Polish-Mexican Business Forum and meetings with local companies in Mexico City.
Poland eyes the country as an emerging regional power which may soon join the group of the world’s biggest economies.
Mexico now ranks 11th in the world in GDP-based standings and is expected to become the world’s fifth biggest economy by mid-21st century. The mission to the country is led by the Polish Agency for Investment and Trade (PAIH).
“This is a very important, historic visit to Mexico by our president and we are taking advantage of it to bring the Mexican market closer to Polish companies willing to expand their business overseas,” PAIH vice president Krzysztof Senger told our reporter Michał Owczarek.