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Poland welcomes foreign investment as a source of capital, growth, and jobs, and as a vehicle for technology transfer, research & development (R&D), and integration into global supply chains. By the end of 2013, according to IMF and National Bank of Poland data, Poland attracted an estimated USD 221 billion (cumulative) in foreign direct investment (FDI), principally from Western Europe and the United States. Foreign companies generally enjoy unrestricted access to the Polish market. However, Polish law limits foreign ownership of companies in selected strategic sectors, and limits foreign acquisition of real estate, especially agricultural land.