The volume of all exporting loans, investments by Czech legal entities, and banking guarantees insured by the Export Guarantee and Insurance Company (EGAP) in last 23 years exceeded CZK 758bn.
The government of the Czech Republic approved on February 15, 2017 the document Alliance Society 4.0, which interconnects activities of particular ministries in the field of the future of labour, technology innovation, digitalisation, and education.
Companies representing 33.4% of the construction production in the Czech Republic assessed their current economic situation as good in January 2017.
The GDP of the Czech Republic increased 2.3% in 2016. This stems from a preliminary estimation published by the Czech Statistical Office.
The pace of economic growth of the Czech Republic is expected to increase to 2.6% in 2017 from the expected 2.4% in 2016.
In December 2016, the current account of the balance of payments ended with a deficit of CZK 22.1bn.
The currency obligation of the Czech National Bank (CNB) will last at least until the end of 1Q 2017.
The y/y increase in inflation in January 2017 is the result of a low statistical base for fuel and food prices and the growth of core prices.
Firms have improved their ability to predict cyber-attacks, but are having more problems recovering from the attacks.
Applicants requesting support in the transport part of the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) have presented a total of 30 project totalling EUR 988m.