Austrian fund buys into Poland, looking for more deals

Staniszewska, Anna
March 2002
Warsaw Business Journal;3/25/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 12, p6
Reports the acquisition on the Renaissance Tower office building by CA Immo in Poland. Reasons of the company for buying the building; List of tenants at the building; Factors contributing to the reluctance of foreign investors to inject money in the country.


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