America's investment base in the Czech Republic is small but has risen by one-third over the past ten years to $5.4 billion in 2017. This is down from a peak of $6.4 billion in 2013, but still is significantly larger than investment by Czech Republic firms in the U.S., says the 2019 edition of the Transatlantic Economy report published by the AmCham EU and U.S. Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with The Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies.
Affiliate employment by U.S. multinationals in the Czech Republic fell sharply in 2016, from 94,000 employees to 83,000, yet this is estimated to have picked up slightly in 2017 to almost 85,000 workers, the report says.
Source: Transatlantic Economy 2019 report
10th August 2020