Macroeconomic news

22
July 2015

MF should release over CZK 3bn for ecologic projects

The Czech Ministry of Finance (MF) will award 20 revitalisation and ecologic projects in 2015.

22
July 2015

MD and MF in talks about increased funding for transport

The Czech Ministry of Finance (MF) has set the 2016 national expenditure framework for the State Fund for Transport Infrastructure (SFDI) to CZK 44bn.

22
July 2015

ERÚ: Highest electricity production in Vysočina Region

The highest electricity production in May 2015 was reported from Vysočina Region (1.55 million MWh), followed by Ústí nad Labem Region (1.50 million MWh) and South Bohemia Region (917,310 MWh.)

21
July 2015

Coalition government allocates CZK 27bn for science in 2015

The coalition government has approved a budget for science, research and innovations in the amount of nearly CZK 27bn in 2015.

21
July 2015

IndustryMin is considering opening foreign office in Iran

The Ministry of Industry and Trade is considering opening a new foreign office in Iran through the agency for export support, CzechTrade.

20
July 2015

CNB: Banks predict easing of credit standards

Totally 35% of the banking market in the Czech Republic anticipates further easing of the credit standards for the approval of all types of corporate loans in Q3 2015.

19
July 2015

FinAdmin: Inspection reports will be filed only electronically

Selected entities will as of January 1, 2015 be required to provide information from tax documents.

19
July 2015

Bělobrádek discusses research cooperation in Bavaria

During his visit to Bavaria, Deputy Prime Minister Pavel Bělobrádek (KDU-ČSL) met representatives of the Sudeten Germans and honoured the memory of victims of the post-war resettlement of Germans.

19
July 2015

Babiš: State should provide lower export guarantees

Firms and banks insuring their exports via EGAP should pay up to twice as much than is the current 5%, according to Minister of Finance Andrej Babiš.

19
July 2015

Analysts: Commodity prices should renew growth in future

Commodity prices should renew their growth in the upcoming period while the strength of the economy will create domestic inflationary pressures.

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