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6th May 2020 / Competitiveness / Tax & Finance


Tax and Legal Updates - Special Edition

Read the latest information by KPMG on the relaxing rules for short-term business trips or postponement of advance payments on income tax.

6th May 2020 / Good governance / Public Procurement


Public Procurement in the Construction & Infrastructure Sector webinar

The public sector remains a prominent force in business as well as a primary source of orders across various industries. While the stakes in public procured services and products can be high, procurement processes can be overly formal and require a substantial time investment from a bidder. The COVID-19 pandemic does not seem to have affected the infrastructure development pipeline, and the Czech government announced that it remains committed to investing in infrastructure.

We would like to invite you to join us for webinar session where we will turn the spotlight on the particulars of public procurement in the Construction and Infrastructure sector.

Strategic Directions for Czech Economic Policy

  1. 1) Transition to High-Tech Manufacturing
  2. 2) The City Campus as Idea Factory
  3. 3) Government Programs That Drive Innovation
  4. 4) Government as a Competitive Advantage

Advocacy Priorities for 2020-2022 
 
People, Technology, Infrastructure, Cities, Government

 

2020 Actions Recommended in Areas:

1. Immigration.

2. Adult (post-graduate) Education and Training.

3. Programming as the Required Language.

4. Private Research Investment.

5. Housing Plan.

6. Establishing Policy Objectives for Research.

7. Establishing Databases for Tracking Public Policy Outcomes.

8. Public Procurement as an Innovation Tool.

9. A Government Competitiveness Scorecard.

 

Read the document in English and Czech.

Policy pipeline

In Policy Pipeline policy developments in the Czech Republic and abroad are monitored to bring better understanding of current topics and trends.

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