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  • Czech Republic Reports Lowest Unemployment in More than 21 Years

    Czech Republic Reports Lowest Unemployment in More than 21 Years

    The unemployment rate in the Czech Republic fell to its lowest level in more than 21 years this October. Photo: Bruce Mars // Pexels. The fall in the unemployment rate in the Czech Republic since the beginning of this year continues. Last month, unemployment fell slightly to 2.8%. Previous figures from the Czech Labour Office reportedRead More »
  • Average wage in the Czech Republic reaches new record

    Average wage in the Czech Republic reaches new record

    The Czech Republic has reached a new record high in gross monthly nominal wages, according to a recent report from the Czech Statistical Office (CZSO). In the second quarter of 2018, the average gross monthly nominal wage reached CZK 31,851, up CZK 2,515 from the same month last year. In Q2 2018, the median wageRead More »
  • Economy forecasts: job market to continue overheating

    Economy forecasts: job market to continue overheating

    “Most of the downside risks for the Czech economy are associated with tightness in the labour market,” reads the spring economic forecast of the European Commission. Prepared by Berk Büyükbalcı The International Monetary Fund (IMF) announced the revision of its economic growth predictions for the Czech Republic in April. The IMF has announced a more positiveRead More »

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  • Property prices to continue rise despite new stricter lending regulations

    Property prices to continue rise despite new stricter lending regulations

    Property prices in the Czech Republic are expected to become even more unaffordable despite new lending regulations. Prepared by Berk Büyükbalcı. According to a recent study carried out by Wüstenrot Financial Group, 83% of Czechs believe that buying property is already overpriced in the country. The survey, conducted between July 3th and 9th, 2018 byRead More »
  • Survey: Czechs born after 1989 are conservative and optimistic

    Survey: Czechs born after 1989 are conservative and optimistic

    The generation born after 1989 wants to live their lives doing what they enjoy, but they do not know how to do it. Photo: Pixabay A 2017 Deloitte survey based on the views of almost 8,000 millennials, defined as people born after 1982, across 30 countries worldwide reveals that ‘mature economies’ show less optimism thanRead More »
  • Czexit: How businesses see it

    Czexit: How businesses see it

    Nearly 40% of Czech people hold a negative view of the EU (2017). Many foreign and Czech companies based in the country are concerned about the possibility of Czexit actually taking place. Photo credit: Pixabay  By Anastasia Alexandridou A March survey of 150 companies commissioned by The German-Czech Chamber of Industry and Commerce (DTIHK) showedRead More »

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