According to a report by ABSL, “Business services in Central and Eastern Europe 2015” published during the joint ABSL and Bloomberg BNA conference in New York, there are 335,000 specialists employed in a thousand foreign capital business service centers in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE).
Poland, with 150,000 employees, occupies top position, followed by Romania with approx. 51,000 and Hungary with a 45,000 workforce. The business services sector in the CEE region is developing at twice the rate of the corresponding sector in India. Forecasts for the upcoming decade are more than promising. According to McKinsey & Company, the business services sector in the CEE region may well employ from 850,000 up to one million specialists.
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