The payment balance results for 2018 may be considered positive, despite a drop in the total surplus, ČSOB’s analyst Petr Dufek has commented on the data from the Czech National Bank.
Business and investment development agency CzechInvest offers mentoring, consulting services and advantageous entrance to networking events to young Czech innovative companies in a seven-month project CzechStarter.
Czech industry fares well in international comparison according to 84% of industrial companies’ managers.
The share of energy from renewable sources in total consumption in the Czech Republic was 14.8% in 2017.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic wants to introduce brand new support for investments that would put an end to subsidies for assembly plants.
The Deputy Chairman of the Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic (PSP), Vojtěch Filip (KSČM), and the PSP Economic Chamber are hosting on February 21, 2019 the International Energy Forum with the theme Completion of new nuclear energy sources in the Czech Republic.
Czech Republic’s gross domestic product is expected to show stable year-on-year growth dynamism of 2.9% for 2019.
The annual growth in real GDP in the Czech Republic will reach 2.9% in 2019. The growth will reach 3.0% in 2020.
Unadjusted industrial production dropped 1.4% y/y in December 2018. Adjusted, it was 1.8% higher. Revenues from industrial activities at current prices grew 1.1%.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade will prepare in 2019 the Smart Industrial Zones program, in which it will allocate CZK 10bn to applicants over seven years.