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THE CZECH ECONOMY IS EXPECTED TO GROW BY 2.5% THIS YEAR ACCORDING TO THE MINISTRY OF FINANCE
THE CZECH ECONOMY IS EXPECTED TO GROW BY 2.5% THIS YEAR ACCORDING TO THE MINISTRY OF FINANCE
Czech GDP will grow by 2.5% this year. This is according to the Ministry of Finance’s macroeconomic prediction, published on Wednesday 31 July. Compared to…
CZECH DEBT INCRESED IN THE FIRST QUARTER BUT IS STILL ONE OF THE LOWEST IN THE EU
CZECH DEBT INCRESED IN THE FIRST QUARTER BUT IS STILL ONE OF THE LOWEST IN THE EU
During the first three months of this year, Czech debt increased by 1.4% to 35.8% of GDP. According to the Ministry of Finance, the main…
A NEW REPORT ON THE LONG-TERM SUSTAINABILITY OF PUBLIC FINANCES SHOWS THAT DESPITE A SLIGHT IMPROVEMENT COMPARED TO LAST YEAR , CZECH PUBLIC FINANCES REMAIN UNSUSTAINABLE IN THE LONG RUN.
A NEW REPORT ON THE LONG-TERM SUSTAINABILITY OF PUBLIC FINANCES SHOWS THAT DESPITE A SLIGHT IMPROVEMENT COMPARED TO LAST YEAR , CZECH PUBLIC FINANCES REMAIN UNSUSTAINABLE IN THE LONG RUN.
Even though the Czech Republic continues to be one of the least indebted countries in the European Union and, in the medium term, its public…

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