Unemployment rate in the Czech Republic remained at 2.6% in November, based on data provided by the Czech Labour Office on December 9. The number of unemployed people has risen by 771 to 197,289 since October, the lowest November figure since 1996
Czech retail sales growth slowed to 3.4% year-on-year in October from 7.3% in September.
Czech manufacturing sector continued to crash in November, with IHS Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index down to 43.5 from 45.0 in October, driven mainly by decreasing production and new orders.
Czech annual economic growth slowed to 2.5% year-on-year in 3Q19, up by 0.4% quarter-on-quarter, driven by both the domestic and external demand, down from a y/y growth of 2.7% in 2Q19, according to the statistics office
The number of Czech online banking users has soared by 266% compared to 2009, from 1.5mn, according to the Czech Statistics Office ́s (CSO) presentation from November 26. In the last five years, their number has increased by 1.8mn to 5.5mn, out of wh
The Czech Republic recorded the lowest unemployment rate in the European Union in 2018, for the third consecutive year, at 2.2%, followed by Germany with 3.4% rate, according to data published by the Czech Statistics Office
Lukas Wagenknecht has asked the prosecution in Bulgaria to probe the deal due to suspicions that it was intentionally closed at a price that was not beneficial for state-owned CEZ.
Without question, rising debt levels have supported global growth since the 2008 financial crisis. However, there are increasing questions about the marginal utility of further borrowing—and a lot of concern that a continued ramp-up in debt could sp
The Czech economic growth is projected to slow to 2.1% in 2020 from 2.6% this year, driven mainly by falling household consumption and reduced government spending says the OECD
Big international companies such as Google, Facebook, Apple and Amazon are likely to be subject to a new digital tax in the Czech Republic in 2020. The government approved a proposal to introduce a 7% tax on online services.
The year-on-year growth of Czech producer price index of inflation (PPI) slowed to 0.9% in October from 1.9% in September
The Czech economic growth has slowed to 2.5% year-on-year and 0.3% quarter-on-quarter in 3Q19, most likely driven by household consumption, according to preliminary estimates released by the Czech Statistics Office (CSO) on November 14.