A STUDY prepared by the British-based Centre for Economic and Business Research (CEBR) identified Lithuania and Slovakia as the two most attractive EU member states for foreign investors, the TASR news agency reported.
CEBR has looked at 223 EU regions and evaluated the advantages each of them provide to business entities.
Fast economic growth and the ability to deliver funds from the EU's development funds were factored in, as well as education and skill levels.
The top two are followed by Latvia, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Ireland, Poland, and Slovenia, according to the CEBR study.
Compiled by Martina Jurinová from press reports
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7. Jul 2005 at 9:12