Macroeconomic news

24
June 2015

ČSÚ: Czech economic confidence indicator: from 8.3 to 12.1 p.p.

The aggregate indicator of confidence in the Czech economy grew to 12.1 percentage points in June 2015 from 10.4 p.p. in the previous month.

24
June 2015

European Parliament approves EFSI

The European Parliament approved the final wording of rules of the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI) on Wednesday, June 24.

24
June 2015

Government approves preparation of budget for 2016

On June 24, 2015 the government led by Bohuslav Sobotka (ČSSD) approved the preparation of the state budget for the year 2016 and a mid-term outlook for years 2017 and 2018.

23
June 2015

Regional tripartite discusses employment support

On Monday, June 22, the second joint meeting of the national council and regional councils of economic and social agreement took place at the Liechtenstein Palace in Prague.

23
June 2015

TransportMin registers seven bids from register operators

The Ministry of Transport has received bids from seven parties in the tender for the new operator of the vehicle register.

22
June 2015

PK ČR: 45% of foodstuffs firms plan to raise exports

One third of the members of the Federation of the Food and Drink Industries of the Czech Republic (PK ČR) predict that their economic situation will improve in 2015.

22
June 2015

IndustryMin: International pro-export network to be expanded in 2015

The international pro-export network that combines the activity of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Industry and Trade, Ministry of Agriculture and the Government Office will be expanded in 2015.

22
June 2015

B. Sobotka: 80% of Czech export is heading to euro area

Totally 80% of Czech export is heading to euro area countries and the euro area’s stability is thus our strategic interest.

19
June 2015

EnvironMin opens first calls from OPŽP 2014-2020, worth CZK 9bn

The Ministry of Environment (MŽP) has opened the first calls for the submission of applications for subsidies from the Environment Operational Programme (OPŽP) 2014-2020, totalling CZK 9bn.

17
June 2015

ING Bank: GDP to grow by 3%, inflation to accelerate above 1%

The Czech economy will likely show a growth by about 3% in years 2015 and 2016.

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