Tuesday, 2 September 2014
Business | Radio Prague

The state-owned postal firm Czech Post is seeking 1.7 billion crowns in state compensation for losses incurred through unprofitable services it is required to provide by law, the daily Hospodářské noviny reports.

Business | Radio Prague

Agriculture Minister Marian Jurečka said on Monday that should the EC fail to help farmers and food producers hit by the EU sanctions against Russia, the Czech Republic might ban the imports of goods for dumping prices.

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Czech engineers want to expand production of 'Elbee', the vehicle designed for disabled persons in wheelchairs to increase their mobility and maximise their independence.

Business | Radio Prague

Czech Railways is back in the black showing a profit of 158 million crowns at the end of the second quarter, the ctk news agency reports.

Business | Radio Prague

A two-day Chinese Investment Forum has got underway at Prague Castle attended by over 500 Chinese and 700 Czech and other European delegates, including many senior politicians and businesspeople.

Business | Radio Prague

Czech textiles firms have benefited significantly from the Czech National Bank’s intervention to weaken the country’s currency the crown last November.

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Intensive negotiations are underway to try to cushion the impact of the Ukrainian crisis on Czech exporters

Business | The Prague Post

Producer of Božkov, Fernet continues to hold significant market shares in Central, Eastern Europe

Business | The Prague Post

The Czech bourse doesn’t show the real potential of the country’s economy

Business | Radio Prague

Up to CZK 38 million in incentives will be used in order to promote a direct air connection between Prague and China, Tomáš Neřold, spokesman for the Ministry of Transport told the Czech News Agency (ČTK) on Wednesday.

Business | Real Estate | The Prague Post

Results for the first half of 2014 show the highest transaction volume since 2011

Business | Radio Prague

The Czech Ministry of Defence has reached agreement with manufacturer Aero Vodochody to sell L-159 combat planes to Iraq.

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It has been ten years since products bearing the Fairtrade Certificate started being sold on the Czech market.

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Czech exporters expect to lose tens or even hundreds of millions of crowns in contracts over the next twelve months due to the current sanctions between the EU and Russia, according to a poll conducted by the Czech Chamber of Commerce.

Business | Radio Prague

Czech food exporters are bracing for the impact of Russia’s sweeping ban on food imports introduced in response to EU sanctions over Ukraine.