The Chamber of Deputies of the Czech parliament approved a draft of the state budget for the year 2015 in the third reading on December 10.
The results of the stress tests of the banking sector in the Czech Republic, carried out at the end of Q3 2014, prove the banking sector’s sufficient resistance against potential negative shocks.
Czech Republic will welcome additional French investors, whom the country can offer qualified labour force and stable macroeconomic environment.
In October 2014, total exports from the Czech Republic (cross-border exports) amounted to CZK 332.4bn and imports stood at CZK 292.9bn.
The Employment Office of the Czech Republic (ÚP ČR) registered totally 517,508 job applicants as of November 30, 2014, down 2,130 on October and 47,805 on November 2013.
The volume of contracts in industrial production in the Czech Republic is hinting at the continued growth in the sector, but at a slower pace than at the beginning of 2014.
The South Moravia Regional Council approved on December 3, 2014 the draft of the region’s budget for 2015.
Raiffeisenbank’s analyst Václav Franče thinks the average wage will grow by 2.5% in 2014 and 3% in 2015.
The economy of the Czech Republic needs a loosening of the currency policy in the Eurozone.
The Energy Regulatory Office of the Czech Republic (ERÚ) has started a public consultation process related with the implementation of the directive no. 312/2014 from March 26, 2014 related with the natural gas balancing network codex.