In the World Bank Group’s annual ease of doing business rankings, the top 10 economies are New Zealand, Singapore and Denmark, which retain their first, second and third spots, respectively, for a second consecutive year, followed by Hong Kong SAR, China; Republic of Korea; Georgia; Norway; United States; United Kingdom and FYR Macedonia. The Czech Republic ranks 35th.
Digitalization, robotic process automation, autonomous production, machines taking people’s jobs… Hey, slow down, would you? Each industrial revolution brought changes. In #brnoregion, however, we are not afraid that machines will take all our jobs and people will suddenly have nothing to do. We’ve been trying to make use of the Fourth Industrial Revolution to the benefit of our people, companies and the entire region as well!
Space enthusiasts from the Czech Republic and beyond are in for a treat. Starting on Saturday, Prague and Brno will host Czech Space Week, a nine-day-long series of events that will bring together scientists, businessmen and government officials who are active in the area, Radio Praha writes.
Inflation further slowed down to 2.2% in October after 2.3% in September and ended below the market and the central bank forecast. But we don't think this is a game changer for the central bank
- Mobile services available in the entire Muzeum – Roztyly section
- Another 21 stations in the central part of Prague will be covered next year
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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