The V4 do not want federalisation, nor a return to only the single market. The emergence of multi-speed Europe is particularly undesirable for them. However, this is where the Visegrád consensus ends, Vít Dostál of the Association for Foreign Affairs (AMO) writes..
OECD: Czech regulatory restrictiveness towards FDI is low | Cesko v datech: Czech Rep has 11,000+ brownfields
The Czech Republic has one of the lowest level of discrimination against foreign investors, OECD data show.
Czech Statistical Office: Prague, Central Bohemia, South Moravia have 50 percent of new flats | CBRE: Office building’s market in Brno expanding thanks to IT companies
According to Prague.tv/the Czech Statistical Office, the highest amount of new flats per inhabitant were built in the Central Bohemia region between 2010 and 2015. Some 4.4 flats were built annually for each 1,000 inhabitants.
Our healthcare system begun transformation from state central control and command system into regulated market with citizens as customers some 25 years ago. This process was not completed so far and our current system concentrates defects of both systems, says MUDr. Pavel Vapřek, heading the Initiative Healthcare 2.0.
Ihned.cz: For some politicians, analysts and elites, it has become normal to state that Czech automotive industry is a set of assembly plants
For some politicians, analysts and elites, it has become normal to state that whole automotive industry in the Czech Rep is a set of assembly plants. But this is not true. The automotive sector comprises research and development, too, ihned.cz writes. Recent trends in university, vocational education graduates inside.
Strategic Directions for Czech Economic Policy
- 1) The home of value-added manufacturing
- 2) Prague-Brno-Ostrava Creative Triangle
- 3) Health Care as an export industry
- 4) Government as a competitive advantage
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