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Poles may still see some benefits from Jaguar plant
Inside the European car manufacturing ‘deal of the decade’
More vehicles are being sold as private incomes improve
The state has moved beyond screwdriver assembly plants
International jostling for manufacturing deals to create jobs and transfer technology is becoming more competitive
Industry faces scarcity of skills and VW fallout
Sanctions, the fall in oil prices and the weakening rouble have all taken their toll
Governor’s drive to attract foreign carmakers to region has others trying to emulate it
The central & eastern European region has learnt that investment can never be taken for granted
Post-communist talent, low costs and incentives have drawn foreign companies into the region
Some companies are looking further than the western European export market, which is a shadow of its former self
Gazprom measures lead to more efficient output
Romania and Hungary have suffered heavy falls as a result of the eurozone crisis
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