The State Environment Fund of the Czech Republic (SFŽP) terminated the reception of applications with six calls of the operational programme Environment focused for instance on the improvement of water quality or new investments in waste disposal on November 13, 2015.
The State Energy Concept Update (ASEK) approved by the government led by Bohuslav Sobotka (ČSSD) will likely secure reliable and economical supplies of energy in the Czech Republic in a period of next 25 years.
Inspections focusing on transfer prices in Czech business companies, primarily members of multinational corporations, secured additional tax payments totalling over CZK 170m since February 2015.
The behaviour of the Energy Regulatory Office (ERÚ), which refuses to announce the price verdict for support energy resources, jeopardises not only the Czech Republic’s ability to fulfil its European commitments, but also the Czech economy and employment, the Ministry of Industry and Trade has informed.
European Commission has approved the list of 195 projects from the energy infrastructure segment that will help fulfil the energy and climate goals.
The month-on-month drop in industrial producers’ prices was driven primarily by lower prices of chemical substances and metals, said Raiffeisenbank’s analyst Daniela Milučká.
The government of the Czech Republic will extend the monitoring of the Czech-Slovak border.
The Industry and Trade Ministry has announced that the third call of program Technologies is scheduled for December 11, 2015.
In the current regime domestic monetary policy is significantly influenced by the ECB’s unconventional monetary policy settings.
GDP growth in Q3 2015 was driven by all components, Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka (ČSSD) has commented on the data from the Czech Statistical Office.