New y/y reading is 0.2 percentage points worse than previous one, while q/q reading is 0.1 pp worse at zero.
Tech giant Microsoft is getting more heavily into small-scale advanced nuclear power for its data centres.
Across the EU far more has been invested in roads than railways over the last three decades, but this trend is even stronger in the newer EU members, a study commissioned by Greenpeace finds.
Ukraine has vowed to pursue legal action at the World Trade Organisation if any EU member states institute their own embargoes.
"It is not right to do anything in foreign policy that harms the interests of other peoples," says Russian dictator who has fought a vicious war against Ukraine that is already being investigated for war crimes.
Marriage for all legislation made it to the second reading in the parliament in June for the first time in Czechia’s history.
August y-o-y inflation is 0.3 percentage points down on July, when inflation eased to 8.8% from 9.7% in June.
Share of Russian crude oil imports into Czechia is the highest since 2012 at 65%.
Flood damages to KLS Ljubno in Slovenia have already led to the halting of production at Volkswagen’s plant in Portugal.
Jobless numbers rise 0.1 percentage points on July and by 0.2pp year-on-year.
Green growth is not yet happening in any advanced economies – and high-income countries are not on track achieve enough emissions reduction without more far profound changes in consumption.
Even though two thirds of refugees live below the poverty line and their financial support has just been cut, populists are whipping up tensions, particularly with the country's Roma minority.
Under the new legislation, large multinationals would pay a minimum tax based on the revenue of their businesses in the country.
Private equity firm Advent International, Czech financial group PPF, and Czech energy tycoon Daniel Kretinsky remain among the bidders.
The exemption for Slovnaft is in place until December due to Slovakia’s and Hungary’s high dependency on Russian crude.
The government is one of the most unpopular ever and it appears to be only talking to its own supporters.
Pavel Blazek spent an evening at a Prague restaurant with Martin Nejedly, a former presidential aide who is being investigated by the police.
Weapons oligarch Boris Obnosov sanctioned after outcry over his family's luxurious lifestyle in Prague.
Tourists are back in Prague but VAT rises and the cost of living crisis are hurting country pubs.
Czech power group confirmed its forecast for the full year earnings to drop by at least half y/y because of the levy and windfall tax.