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January 21, 2019
The Czech economy is by some measures the most competitive in Central and Eastern Europe. But productivity has not kept pace with the rapid wage growth of recent years. And without greater state support for applied research and to encourage...
January 21, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor Czech Television reports that 20% of Czech employees suffer from Burnout Syndrome and are unable to cope with the emotional, mental and physical stress of modern working styles. Based on...
January 21, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor iDNES.cz reports that Vratislav Mlynar, the former Chief of Staff of President Milos Zeman, will appear in court on December 19th, where he will challenge the National Security Authority's (NBU) decision not to grant him a...
January 21, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor Czech Television reports that the D1 highway between Prague and Brno saw traffic jams that extended longer than 30 K.M. in the Vysocina region, on Wednesday afternoon and evening. Jams were reported in both directions, with...
January 21, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor Members of European Parliament debated PM Andrej Babiš' conflict of interest on Wednesday, as his firm Agrofert, continues to receive state and EU subsidies. Babiš has officially placed his ownership of the firm in a trust,...
January 21, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor René Zavoral, the Director of Czech Radio, chose not to extend the contract of Petr Fischer, the popular Head of the Vltava section, on Wednesday. Zavoral cited Fischer's failure to raise the listenership, amongst other...
January 21, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor Aktuálně.cz reports that Petr Gazdík, the head of the Alliance of Mayors and Independents (STAN), will not seek a new term and hopes to finish his current term early, in April 2019. Gazdík...
January 21, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor Petr Mach, the founder of the Party of Free Citizens (SSO), announced that he was quitting the party and would not lead its campaign for the upcoming European elections. read more
January 21, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor Pavel Bělobrádek, the leader of the KDU-ČSL, told television host Václav Moravec, on his show on Czech Television, on Sunday, that he intends to ask Transport Minister Dan Ťok (ANO) to explain the continuing traffic chaos on...
January 21, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor Prime Minister Andrej Babiš (ANO) attended a high-level EU-Africa Forum in Vienna on Tuesday, accompanied by a dozen Czech business leaders. According to iDNES.cz, Babiš stated that he saw a lot of potential business...

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