Warsaw added 5314 jobs in the first quarter of 2017, leading the way in Europe 


Europe by jobs Q1 2017

The Polish capital Warsaw was Europe’s top FDI city by jobs created in the first quarter of 2017, adding 5314 jobs.

Bucharest in Romania came second, creating 4811, while Belgrade in Serbia added 3000 in Q1.

In the UK, London created 2733, while Irish capital Dublin saw 2612 new jobs in the first quarter.

This article is sourced from fDi Magazine
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