Inside is a comparison of the voting totals for the 2013 and 2018 Czech presidential elections to provide some possible clues on what is going to happen in the second round of the presidential elections. An article by the American Chamber of Commerce in the Czech Republic.
“Prague looks very good in terms of its economic performance. It has maintained this position for a long time and is basically at the level of London,” ČSÚ Vice-President Marek Rojíček said in a press release, Prague.tv writes.
In the third quarter of 2017, foreigners bought 8 percent of new apartments in development projects in Prague. Most often the foreign buyers were Russians. Just under a third of the development project flats were sold in Prague 10, followed by Prague 5 with a share of 30 percent and Prague 9, which was roughly at one-tenth, according to a survey by consultancy Deloitte, Prague.tv says.
Last weekend, the Czechs decided on the two candidates who would enter the final round of the presidential election, which is scheduled for 26 and 27 January. Apart from the current president Zeman, with a 38.6% share of the vote, and Mr Drahoš, with 26.6%, there was surprisingly strong support for the following three candidates (Fisher, Horáček, and Hilšer). All of them won around 500,000 votes and immediately pledged their support to Mr Drahoš.
Job and skills shortages are a topic on the tongues of most Czech businessmen and women at the moment. The figures speak for themselves: almost as many job seekers as vacancies. But there is a clear mismatch between the skills offered by the jobless and the demands of the jobs on offer, Radio Praha summarizes an interview with managing director of Hays Czech Republic Ladislav Kučera.
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