The price of properties in the Czech Republic grew by an average of 16 percent through most of 2017, registering the fastest increase in the EU, according to a Financial Stability Report issued by the Czech National Bank (CNB).
The volume of Czech exports reached a record level last year, reaching Kč 4.2 trillion crowns with the strong automotive segment contributing most to the growth.
The Czech Republic's exports rose 6.1 percent year-on-year in July 2017 to CZK 295.5 (13.58$ ) billion, after a 4.6 percent surge in June, led by sales of beverages & tobacco (10.7 pct vs 7 pct); crude materials (6 pct vs 15.3 pct) and mac
House prices, as measured by the House Price Index, rose by 4.5% in the EU-28 member states and by 4.0% in the 19 member states of the euro area in the first quarter of 2017 compared with the same quarter the previous year.These figures come f
In figures recently released by Eurostat, it was revealed that the Czech Republic had the European Union’s lowest unemployment rate (3%) in May 2017. Germany was in second place with 3.9%, followed by Malta with 4.1%.