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China‘s Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli visits Škoda

Škoda's China portfolio expands to six models with the aim of delivering at least 500,000 vehicles annually Add a comment
 

Stock shows spirited first half

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

Summer season and the Prague Stock Exchange

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

Zeman: Central bank weakened crown to delay eurozone entry

Czech president says ČNB is scared of giving up many of its powers to the European Central Bank Add a comment
 

GDP rises in European Union

Year-on-year, GDP in the EU28 went up 1.2 percent Add a comment
 

Silver Octavias most popular used cars

Men favor powerful rides, while woman look for something practical Add a comment
 

Škoda sales grew by 18.8 percent in July

Strong growth in Western Europe, with Yeti and Rapid models doing the best while Fabia and Citigo lagged Add a comment
 

Czech firms may lose 2.5 billion Kč over sanctions

Trade minister: EU sanctions will have stronger impact than Russian food embargo Add a comment
 

New trends on the Czech hospitality market

Some big transactions, but no new big construction projects foreseen Add a comment
 

Deficit of state budget may be lower than expected

Finance minister says shortfall likely will not be as deep as previously projected Add a comment
 

Expert: US LNG won’t stop Russia using gas as a weapon

Author Michael Levi gives the bigger oil story behind the headlines Add a comment
 

Czech crown takes a nosedive

National currency hits a five-year low against the euro Add a comment
 

Billa wants to put more Czech food on shelves

Retail chain also plans to open 10 new stores a year throughout the country Add a comment
 

O2’s revenues fall in Czech Republic

But in neighboring Slovakia, telecoms firm sees surge in clients for its subsidiary Add a comment
 

Vítkovice Steel to shut down Ostrava plant

Union hopes to renegotiate with new owners, but plans are moving ahead to shut plant by Sept. 30, 2015 Add a comment
 

Where can you buy the world’s cheapest Big Macs?

‘The Economist’ ranks countries according to the price of the McDonald’s signature burger Add a comment
 

ČNB very unlikely to change intervention regime

Despite a board meeting this coming week, central bank will probably continue on current path into late 2015 Add a comment
 

Government debt in EU increases in Q1

Rate of increase is getting faster, despite austerity measures Add a comment
 

Hyundai Mobis to invest in Mosnov plant

Auto component supplier will create 935 jobs in North Moravia Add a comment
 

The new Škoda Octavia Scout launching in August

Second generation crossover vehicle features ‘new Škoda design language’ Add a comment
 

Photos: Bell Helicopter makes Prague its European base

Rotor aircraft giant hopes to significantly increase its presence in the second-largest market Add a comment
 

ČR may lose up to 65 billion Kč of EU subsidies

Questionable projects may be threatening EU subsidies to the Czech Republic Add a comment
 

Czech arms exports grow while imports fall

Largest buyer was Vietnam, other markets include the US and Egypt Add a comment
 

Czech Republic is second-most attractive for German investors

Germany sees the Czech Republic as a good investment possibilities, according to survey Add a comment
 

Škoda sets record in H1

More than half a million vehicles delivered in first half of 2014; best June of all time Add a comment
 

CEE storage vendors struggle in Q1 2014

Stagnation and politics cited as causes for poor performance Add a comment
 

Czech aviation industry making a comeback

After years of problems, plane makers are achieving success Add a comment
 

ERÚ criticizes draft amendment to energy law

Regulator says proposal ‘virtually eliminates an independent regulation of energy prices’ Add a comment
 

Fake dough on the rise

ČNB: Counterfeit  and altered money up by 47 percent Add a comment
 

Fitch: Eurozone growth still sluggish

Germany continues to be strongest economy, France and Italy stagnant Add a comment