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25th February 2022 / Politics / Business and Industry


AmChams in Europe stands in solidarity with the people of Ukraine

Friday, 25 February 2022 – AmChams in Europe, the umbrella organisation for 46 AmChams in 44 countries across Europe and Eurasia, stands in solidarity with the people of Ukraine. The ongoing invasion of Ukraine violates international law and endangers peace and security across the region.
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18th May 2022 / Politics / Business and Industry


Unknown in duration and depth - intel brief on war in Ukraine for AmCham members with PM's advisor Tomáš Pojar

What happens in Ukraine will determine the rate of the inflation. How sanctions escalate will decide the rate of economic growth, and how many jobs will be on the market.
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20th April 2022 / Politics / Business and Industry


Government Restrictions of Activities inside the Czech Republic

State of Emergency was declared on March 12 and was terminated on May 17, 2020. The government announced on May 11 they were not planning to ask the Chamber of Deputies for extension of the state of emergency. From October 5, Government declared again state of emergency for 30 days, with further extensions. The state of emergency terminated on April 11, 2021. It was reintroduced on November 26, 2021 for 30 days until December 25, 2021, and again from March 4, 2022 for 30 days due the influx of refugees as a ćonsequence of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, extended until May 31, 2022..  Last update on April 20, 2022. 
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20th April 2022 / Politics / Business and Industry


Government Restrictions for Crossing the Border of the Czech Republic

The initial state of emergency ended on May 17, 2020. State of emergency was declared again from October 5, 2020 for 30 days, with further extensions, and was terminated on April 11, 2021. It was reintroduced on November 26, 2021 for 30 days until December 25, 2021. The Government declared state of emergency from March 4, 2022 for 30 days, later extended until May 31, 2022 due to influx of refugees, as a consequence of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Conditions for entering the territory of the Czech Republic and quarantine measures are defined by the Ministry of Health.
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