Small Is Beautiful in Polish IPO Market Before October ElectionBy
Start-ups fill niche as politics hurt bigger state-run firms
Politics is main risk for investors, Warsaw Bourse CEO says
Poland’s market for initial public offerings is picking up ahead of next month’s election as smaller companies offer investors shelter from potential political upheaval at bigger state-controlled firms.
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