Tuesday, 23 September 2014
Business | Radio Prague

Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka's centre-left cabinet on Monday unanimously approved the draft of the 2015 state budget. The proposal envisages a deficit of 100 billion crowns, i.e. 2.3 percent of the GDP, a wage hike for civil servants and a small increase in pensions. Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka was in an upbeat mood as he told journalists that in drafting the 2015 state budget his center-left government was delivering on its promises. The proposal envisages expenditures of CZK 1.219 trillion and revenues of CZK 1.119 trillion.

Life | The Prague Post

After one year of restoration work, 'A Scholar in His Study' returns to the Sternberk Palace



 

 

Business | Radio Prague

The government on Monday approved stricter rules for Czech food importers. Companies importing animal food products and selected vegetable foodstuffs will have to notify the authorities two days before the arrival of the goods, and inform them of the planned retail price of the products.

News | Radio Prague

A new road connection the south Moravian city of Brno with the Austrian capital Vienna should be completed by 2018, Czech Transport Minister Antonín Prachař said after meeting the Lower Austrian governor, Erwin Pröll.

Business | Radio Prague

The Czech Trade Inspection Authority found 19 cases of Romany and Russian consumers being discriminated against in the first six months of the year, the agency said in a press released on Monday.

Life | Prague Daily Monitor

The 18th annual Forum 2000 conference, titled Democracy and Its Discontents: A Quarter-Century After the Iron Curtain and Tiananmen will be attended this year by a record number of more than 170 delegates, including Mikhail Khodorkovsky.

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Cinema | The Prague Post

'Unlocked' will be shot in Czech capital in the autumn

Cinema | The Prague Post

U.S. director Eliza Hittman’s début film takes top award at one of Prague’s best-known film festivals

Life | Radio Prague

When I asked Paul Goldsmith by phone if he knew where Czech Radio was he said, I think so, but the last time I saw it it was on fire.