Wednesday, 30 July 2014
Business | Radio Prague

The Czech Republic's Export Bank and Slovakia's Eximbank are to sign an agreement on cooperation in supporting joint Czech and Slovak business ventures abroad. The agreement, which is to be signed in the Slovak capital Bratislava on Tuesday, aims to bolster the two countries' positions particularly on markets in the Far East where the now defunct label Made in Czechoslovakia still has a high brand awareness.

Business | Prague Connect

"It bothers me that careerists are beginning to infiltrate among us”

Business | Radio Prague

The Czech government is to sign a deal with the South Korean company Hyundai Mobis on the construction of a four billion crown plant for the production of car headlights in Mošnov, north Moravia.

Business | Prague Post

The Prague Outlet will target people heading to and from the airport

Business | Prague Post

Czech PM Bohuslav Sobotka (ČSSD) said during the Tripartity meeting that the wages paid to people employed by the state will grow by at least 3.5% beginning January 2015.

Business | Radio Prague

The Association of Czech pharmacies has protested against the plans of Czech Post to deliver over-the-counter medicines as a new service.

Finance | Radio Prague

The Finance Ministry on Monday revised the country’s economic growth forecast for 2014 upwards to 2.7%.

Business | Radio Prague

"Our greatest freedom is the freedom to choose our attitude." Viktor E. Frankl

Business | Radio Prague

While the Czech Republic has made an enormous investment in tourism in recent years, the injection of funds has failed to yield positive results, according to a new report.

Business | CIAnews.eu

On Monday, 28 July, 2014 Czech-Moravian Confederation of Trade Unions (ČMKOS) Chairman Josef Středula rejected an eventual devaluation of the Czech currency towards the value of CZK 28/EUR.

Business | Radio Prague

The Czech government will pay the German carmaker Volkswagen CZK 301 million after losing a dispute with the firm over settling debts following the privatisation of Škoda Auto, the daily Lidové noviny reported on Monday.

Business | Radio Prague

Stepping up refinery activity after just taking a massive hit from the struggling sector might at first glance seem a puzzling strategy. But the Polish overlords of most of the Czech refinery and petro-chemical sector believe they can turnaround the business as they prepare to take over full management control.

Business | Reuters

South Korea's Hyundai Mobis on Sunday said it will build a 95.65 million euro factory in the Czech Republic to make car lamps for the local operations of compatriots Hyundai Motor Co and Kia Motors Corp.

Business | Reuters

Czech gas pipeline operator Net4Gas is in the final stages of overhauling its capital structure with equity financing, bonds and bank loans, it said.

Business | Radio Prague

The Czech Tax Administration raided two casinos over their tax debts on Saturday, a spokeswoman for the agency said. One of the casinos is reportedly located in Prague's Wenceslas Square, the other in Jablonec, in noerth Bohemia.