In September 2015, a total of 13,223 customers switched to another natural gas supplier.
On October 30, 2015, the State Environment Fund stopped accepting applications for subsidies from the Environment Operational Programme through the boiler subsidy call programme.
Czech Republic’s state budget’s total income reached CZK 908.5bn as of September 30, 2015.
The gross domestic product (GDP) in the Czech Republic grew by 4.6% y/y in Q2 2015.
Industry 4.0 shows prospects to raise a growth in Germany by EUR 78bn by 20258.
Moody’s Investors Service forecast GDP growth averaging 3% in 2015-16 in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Poland.
Totally five companies in the Czech Republic reported mass layoffs in August 2015.
On September 30, 2015, the European Commission (EC) presented the action plan for the union of capital markets, aimed to create the single capital market in all 28 member countries.
The state budget for 2016 foresees the y/y raising of the contribution for electricity and heat by ca. CZK 6bn to almost CZK 22bn.
The Czech Republic will not lose European money for the project of high-speed Internet.