The Czech Chamber of Commerce (HK CR) regards improving the quality of transport infrastructure in the case of the roads of the second and third class as important as in the case of motorways and first class roads.
As many as 39% of building firms in the Czech Republic have more contracts in Q3 2015 than in the same period of 2014.
Export prices in the Czech Republic dropped by 0.3% q/q in Q2 2015, import prices grew 0.7% q/q.
Excess oil in the market and concerns about developments in China reduce commodity prices, which has a positive impact on the prices in production, at gas stations and in the pockets of people.
The coalition parties agreed on the next steps in ensuring toll after 2016 on August 18, 2015.
Totally 14,989 clients changed their electricity suppliers in July 2015, down from 22,651 in July 2014.
The Police of the Czech Republic launched the criminal prosecution of Energy Regulatory Office’s (ERÚ) chairwoman Alena Vitásková on August 17, 2015.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade, the main gestor of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) in the Czech Republic, plans discussions about the project in regions.
CzechInvest, the Business and Investment Development Agency, has published information about the third call within the fourth extension of the Operational Programme Enterprise and Innovation (OPEI).
Totally 315,600 MWh of energies were traded at the Czech-Moravian Commodity Bourse in Kladno (ČMKBK) in the 33rd week of 2015.