The Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic (MPO) has enforced a notification decision with the European Commission (EC) confirming the legitimacy of paying out support for renewable energy sources (RES).
The government has interrupted the debate on a document about the construction of new industrial zones as part of the Programme to Support Business Property and Infrastructure in the Years 2017–2022 submitted by Minister of Industry and Trade Jan Mládek (ČSSD).
The consequence of the Fourth Industrial Revolution will not be the loss of employment for half the Czechs who would be replaced by robots.
More than 70,000 m2 of new retail centres will be registered in the Czech Republic in 2017.
A full 45 % of directors of construction companies stated that the quality of completed buildings remains at the same level compared to the period before the crisis.
In 2016 the full-year increase in GDP should exceed 2.0 %. This is anticipated by the Czech Association of Trade and Tourism (SOCR ČR).
The Czech Republic is the first EU member state in the history of assessments beginning in 2012 to have all macroeconomic imbalance indicators in safe limits.
The latest data from the Czech Statistical Office confirm growing inflation pressures in the economy, says Komerční Banka’s analyst Viktor Zeisel.
The Czech Republic has defended the first position in the category of conditions for the external trade in the chart Doing Business 2017 published by the World Bank.
The Energy Regulatory Office of the Czech Republic (ERÚ) supports the establishment of small sources, so-called micro-sources, on family house rooves.