The government led by PM Bohuslav Sobotka (ČSSD) will meet on September 18, 2017 to discuss a government regulation on some conditions for the joint organisation of markets in the segment of sugar.
The trade balance surplus was not strong enough in July 2017 to offset the outflow of dividends to abroad.
Firms representing 32.4% of industrial production in the Czech Republic described their current economic situation as good in August 2017.
Prague municipal council discussed allocation of financial means reaching more than half a billion korunas on September 12, 2017, for 191 projects of repair and reconstruction of carriageways and pavements.
The difference between the number of Czech companies operating in Germany and vice versa may, according to president Miloš Zeman, even out in the course of the next 20 to 30 years.
Czech government approved on September 11, 2017, the proposal to set state budget funding for supported energy resources for 2018 at CZK 26.185bn.
The space for further reducing unemployment is limited. This is why companies will increasingly encounter capacity restrictions and in their effort to increase production they will have to opt for investments into the modernization of production.
The draft state budget for the year 2018 allocates roughly CZK 50bn for the transport infrastructure in the Czech Republic.
A total of CZK 7bn will be withdrawn from the operational programme Business and Innovations for Competitiveness (OPPIK) by the end of September 2017.
The Office of the Government of the Czech Republic has received for procession a draft regulation on information duty of some entities authorised to provide payment services or issue electronic money.