Saturday, 13 February 2016

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Czech Republic seen in top 20 of most competitive global manufacturing locations

Radio Prague |
29 January 2016

The Czech Republic should elbow its way into the top 20 countries in the world for manufacturing competitiveness by 2020 according to a survey by one of the world’s top consultancy and advisory companies.

Producer of famous Becherovka liquor compensated for 2012 prohibition losses

Radio Prague |
29 January 2016

The company Jan Becher- Karlovarská Becherovka which produces the famous Czech herbal liquor Becherovka created in 1807 has received close to one hundred million crowns in compensation for losses suffered during the government-enforced prohibition in 2012.

Expert: Spike in extremist events likely to be repeated this year

Radio Prague |
29 January 2016

Last year saw a rise of almost 50% in the number of rallies organised by extremist groups in the Czech Republic.

Prague theatre pays homage to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Radio Prague |
28 January 2016

Prague’s Estates Theatre will pay homage to composed Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart on Wednesday night on the 260th anniversary of his birth.

Czech grown medicinal cannabis to be delivered in February

Radio Prague |
28 January 2016

Czech medicinal cannabis producer Elkoplast Slušovice says it will deliver its first consignment of locally grown and produced product in the second half of February.

Competition office starts examination of Brno fair company

Radio Prague |
28 January 2016

The Czech competition office has started to probe the takeover by Brno City Council of the company behind most of the city’s international trade fairs, Veletrhy Brno.

Polish truck driver in court over fatal train crash

Radio Prague |
28 January 2016

A court in Nový Jičín has begun hearing the case of a Polish truck driver accused of causing a fatal train crash.

Medical cannabis market shows growing pains

Radio Prague |
28 January 2016

The Czech Republic took a bold step back in 2013 when lawmakers agreed to legalise the sale of medicinal cannabis or marihuana.

EU rules could delay 64 road construction projects, says PM

Radio Prague |
27 Jan 2016

Dozens of road construction projects in the Czech Republic could be held up due to European Union regulations, Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka said after a meeting of economic ministers on Tuesday.

Lawmakers take hands on approach to proposed new law on public tenders

Radio Prague |
27 January 2016

Public tenders are one of the biggest business opportunities in the Czech Republic, and over recent years have been one of the most fraught.

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