Saturday, 30 April 2016
Business | Prague Connect

Engage Prague 2016, organized by Czech-headquartered social media analytics company Socialbakers, will return to Prague this May.

Business | Radio Prague

Czech electricity giant ČEZ says it is has relocated and cut pay of some workers responsible for failures at its Dukovany nuclear plant last year which resulted in drawn out outages at reactors.

Business | Radio Prague

Train travel between the two largest Czech cities, Prague and Brno, should be faster from December. Planned changes will shave five minutes off that journey, while rail links between the capital and České Budějovice will speed up even more

Business | Radio Prague

Czech company Škoda Transportation has announced a contract to deliver 20 trams to the Latvian capital Riga.

Business | Radio Prague

The Chinese auto and farm machinery producer Shijiazhuang Zhogxing group has signed an agreement with Czech company Czech Industry Group which includes the investment of CZK 1.0 billion in a new plant near the West Bohemian town of Sokolov to make car discs.

Business | CIA News

The 23,000 m2 BUTTERFLY office complex will be completed in Prague-Karlín in Q4 2017.

Business | CIA News

Grocery e-shop Kolonial.cz wants to double the no. of its distribution vehicles by the end of 2016.

Business | CIA News

Czech GDP’s growth rate will slow down to 2.4% in 2016.

Business | Real Estate | Radio Prague

The average price of apartments in the Czech Republic in 2015 increased by six percent on average year-on-year, according to a survey carried out by Deloitte.

Business | ČTK

The firm Lukoil Aviation Czech, whose executive was President Miloš Zeman's adviser Martin Nejedlý, must pay a 27.7-million-crown fine plus interest to the Administration of State Material Reserves, the appeals Prague Municipal Court ruled yesterday.

Business | Radio Prague

Czech companies regard a shortage of qualified staff as the biggest threat to their growth potential.

Business | Radio Prague

Around two weeks ago we reported on how various Czech groups were putting pressure on the Czech government regarding its stance over the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Agreement (TTIP), the deal aimed at paving the way for what might amount to a free trade zone between the EU and US.

Business | CIA News

Mošnov Industrial Zone in Ostrava will gain a new investor.

Business | CIA News

The company CTP plans the construction in CTParks Plzeň, Teplice, Prague North, Blučina, and Hranice in 2016.

Business | CIA News

Building production in the Czech Republic is facing a realistic threat that it will fall back into stagnation in 2016.