Economic policy / Transport, Infrastructure and Tourism

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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13th May 2020 / Economic policy / Transport, Infrastructure and Tourism


AmCham Rescue and Recovery of International Tourism Proposal

Tourism has been decimated by the spread of the coronavirus and then stopped by the government restrictions needed to contain the virus. If the international tourism infrastructure in Prague is too damaged by bankruptcies, the ability of the city and country to recover after the virus is suppressed could extend for years instead of months. That is why we propose special measures aimed at supporting the country’s essential international tourism infrastructure.
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16th November 2018 / Economic policy / Transport, Infrastructure and Tourism


Roundtable with Z. Horelica from the State Fund for Infrastructure: a prospect for 2020-2021

On November 14, the American Chamber of Commerce hosted a roundtable with Zbynek Horelica, a director of State Fund for Infrastructure on the budget 2019 and perspective for 2020 - 2021.
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15th June 2018 / Economic policy / Transport, Infrastructure and Tourism


Minister of Transport Dan Ťok debated latest updates on commercial logistics network | AmCham Transportation & Logistics Factsheet

On June 14 Minister of Transport Dan Ťok and AmCham members discussed the current development in transport network in the Czech Republic, with 200 km already built and 150 km planned to be built and maintained in next few years. The building of the Czech tranport network connecting the Czech Republic with its neighbours is more likely to be finished by 2025
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Members of the American Chamber of Commerce in the Czech Republic