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Czech Republic

Includes historical data for Czech Republic’s Gross Domestic Product growth, debt-to-GDP ratio and more, as well as information on trade,...

News

Czechs Return To EBRD

The Czech Republic’s decision to rejoin EBRD has an echo of Cyprus belatedly becoming a member country in 2014 in the wake of its financial crisis.

Award Winners

Cream Of The Crop

Innovators, especially from smaller countries, areovercoming the region’s odds.

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

Czech Banks Are Lending

In November the European Investment Bank published its latest Bank Lending Survey for Central Europe and Southeastern Europe.

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

Czech Republic: The Quiet Achiever

Unlike some of its Eastern European neighbors, the Czech Republic has shunned joining the eurozone and has surprised many with its stable and healthy levels of economic growth. However, progress is still needed on business transparency.
The tax wedge is the ratio of total labor taxes to total labor costs. It is often lower for families with children and single parents with children than for individuals or couples without children. The tax wedge has an impact on employment growth.

Data

Household Tax Rates

The tax wedge is the ratio of total labor taxes to total labor costs. It is often lower for families with children and single parents with children than for individuals or couples without children. The tax wedge has an impact on employment growth.

Awards

Global Finance Names The 50 Safest Banks In Emerging Markets 2015

NEW YORK, Sept. 9, 2015 — Rapid-growth emerging markets have long been the engines of global economic growth. With clients enjoying swiftly-rising incomes, many emerging markets banks benefited by providing services to meet the increasingly sophisticated banking needs of their client base.

Awards

Global Finance Names The Safest Banks In Central & Eastern Europe 2015

NEW YORK, Sept. 9, 2015 — Global Finance has named the Safest Banks in Central & Eastern Europe in an exclusive survey to be published in the November 2015 issue. Banks were selected through an evaluation of long-term foreign currency ratings— from Moody’s, Standard & Poor’s and Fitch—and total assets of the 500 largest banks worldwide.

Economics, Policy & Regulation

CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE: CONSUMPTION RESUMES

Regional Report | Central & Eastern Europe Although geopolitical risks are still keeping executives awake at night, there has been a remarkable turnaround in some countries of the region, thanks in large part to structural reforms—implemented early and strongly.

Awards

BEST BANKS 2014: EUROPE

The region battled continuing recession or, at best, slow growth, a tightening regulatory environment and country-specific banking taxes or fines for past misdemeanors.
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