The Czech Republic ranks as the best location for manufacturing in Europe, according to new research published by real estate services firm Cushman and Wakefield.
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%.