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The authors attempt to shed light on the emergence of spatial agglomerations and clusters in the relatively short history of the Polish post-communist automotive sector. Two main questions are addressed: (1) what types of agglomerations dominate in the Polish automotive industry? and (2) to what extent do the existing Polish geographical concentrations in the automotive industry resemble Porter's clusters? The evidence is based on the authors' database covering 955 plants involved in productiondoi:10.7163/przg.2010.2.2 fatcat:mbcn453ek5hqnjvj2cut4v7bta