Poland is the most business-friendly destination in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). The country’s business confidence derives from strong macroeconomic fundamentals relative to its regional peers. The unexpected win by the right-wing opposition candidate from the Law and Justice party (PiS) in the presidential election in late May increases the likelihood of a significant shift in political power following a parliamentary content this October. Nevertheless, in the short term, little deviation is expected in the government’s baseline policies. As such, Poland will remain an attractive destination for investors for the foreseeable future, underpinned by high productivity rates and competitive producer prices and wages.