Economic policy / Employment and Social Affairs
This section reports on economic policy initiatives of the Czech government, the EU, and other entities that have a direct impact on the competitiveness of the country. It also includes information on economic priorities of the AmCham and other leading associations.
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Comment of the British Chamber of Commerce in the CR, French-Czech Chamber of Commerce in the CR, Nordic Chamber of Commerce in the CR and American Chamber of Commerce in the CR on „Program Antivirus"
The spread of the coronavirus has caused an economic crisis as both companies and individuals have decreased demand on a wide range of a product and service. This crisis has been exacerbated by government measures aimed at restricting the rapid growth of infection and loss of life.View more
Good immigration policy creates more and better jobs for local people
We have been talking around immigration for years. Some people blame immigration for higher crime and less job security. But that is not a problem of immigration, but of poor immigration policy. Good immigration policy creates more and better jobs for local people through greater export and the creation of new businesses.View more
Recognition of Ukrainian qualifications still difficult
The European Commission has issued recommendations to member states to simplify the administrative procedure and ensure a speedy recognition of the professional qualifications of Ukrainians seeking refuge in the EU.View more
Government Measures Supporting Employment or Individual Economic Revenue
The list of Government measures supporting employment or individual economic revenue. Last update December 30, 2021.View more