Czech ministers of finance and industry and trade will prepare a comprehensive plan of the further development of the nuclear energy in the Czech Republic until December 31, 2014, according to the press department of the government.
The Czech economy left the recession in 2013 and entered the recovery stage.
Consumer prices remained unchanged in March, fully in line with expectations.
A total of 8.57 million tonnes of petroleum products, some 3.3% down y/y, were supplied to the Czech market in 2013.
The Employment Office (ÚP ČR) registered totally 608,315 job applicants as of March 31, 2014, down 17,075 on February 2014 and up 20,547 on March 2013.
The Czech Republic’s GDP is projected to grow 1.9% in 2014, according to a prediction of the International Monetary Fund.
Economic revival is beginning to show on the labour market.
The balance of trade in the national concept saw a surplus of CZK 13.6bn in February, which was down by CZK 2.8bn on the year, according to preliminary results.
The February results of industrial production were slightly above the market consensus.
The development of the Czech Republic’s construction sector has been primarily affected by mild winter.