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August 24, 2013
Radio Prague It would be a tragic mistake to fundamentally impair economic freedom in favour of state or supra-state regulation just now, Klaus said at the United Nations General Assembly session in New York.
August 24, 2013
by Zuzana Kleknerová | aktuálně.cz Pausing at a highway rest spot, drivers most often want to spend a few peaceful minutes in pleasant surroundings. And they can, provided they are not driving in Europe. A survey by the Allgemeiner Deutscher...
August 24, 2013
by Bára Procházková | Respekt Seven years of Slušovice's underground IT production during communism remains undervalued. Subscribe to MonitorPlus to read this article, and much more... including all...
August 24, 2013
by Zuzana Keményová | Hospodářské noviny The Health Ministry shows a somewhat ambiguous relationship to young doctors. The ministry calls salaries their priority but then it lowers the salary classification for new...
August 24, 2013
by Kryštof Chamonikolas | Prague Daily Monitor Proponents of paid education say tuition and student loans could boost social mobility. Subscribe to MonitorPlus to read this article, and much more......
August 24, 2013
by Lenka Zlámalová | Hospodářské noviny The deputy foreign minister talks about the impact of the cancelled radar deal. Subscribe to MonitorPlus to read this article, and much more... including all...
August 24, 2013
by Veronika Suchá | aktuálně.cz According to MEP Jan Březina, Sudeten Germans have a chance to seek the restitution of property they had to give up after the second world war at European courts, even if President Václav...
August 24, 2013
by Zuzana Keményová | Hospodářské noviny A pubic tender announced by Prague Airport aims to improve and make more transparent the passenger carrier services at the airport. Subscribe to MonitorPlus to read this...
August 24, 2013
by Pavel Baroch | aktuálně.cz Prague City Hall plans to lower the maximum speed on selected streets. In the future, a speed limit of 50 km/h could be applied all over the city. Subscribe to MonitorPlus to read this article, and much more...
August 24, 2013
by Petra Pokorná | Prague Daily Monitor All eyes set on Václav Klaus, a scandal at the Plzeň Law faculty and the first snow of the season in Czech mountains.

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