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Prague Post

The Prague Post English language newspaper has information about news, business, sports,travel, movies, cultural events and more in the Czech Republic.

Prague Stock Exchange

Both the Exchange and Univyc wish to achieve such a service in the domestic market that would be fully comparable with the standard of services provided by advanced foreign markets. The Exchange wishes to provide investors with a market which would enable efficient trading of domestic shares, bonds and derivatives within the region.

CNB Czech National Bank

The aim of monetary policy and the central bankÝs objective are laid down in the provisions of Article 98 of the Constitution of the Czech Republic and of Article 2 of Act No. 6/1993 Coll., on the Czech National Bank. These charge the Bank with ensuring the stability of the Czech currency. Monetary stability has an internal dimension (price stability) and an external dimension (exchange rate stability). Achieving and maintaining monetary stability is the central bankÝs ongoing contribution to the creation of a pro-growth environment.

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Labartt Investment A.S.

Labartt Investment a.s. was established in the year 2000 for the purpose to render services in the following four basic spheres: management and administration of clients' financial assets of interesting fixed annual yield, management and counselling in hotel industry, commercial real estates and revitalisation, management and counselling of human resources.

Czech Republic Citibank

Citibank a.s. has operated in the Czech Republic since 1991. Initially, Citibank provided its services to larger corporations. After several fruitful years Citibank expanded its range of services to offer a much wider selection for the potential customer. The main concept was to widen the scope of activities that the bank was involved in. Part of this process was to create a range of services that would also appeal to smaller and middle-sized businesses.

Doing Business in the Czech Republic

All you need to know about doing business in the Czech Republic.

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Czech Invest

This website is your friendly and official guide to investing in the Czech Republic. CzechInvest is the National Investment Promotion Agency of the Czech Republic.

CzechTradeOffices.com

Assistance with establishing business contacts, trade and information.

Czech Trade Office

Help for foreign companies to enter and develop the Czech Market.

Czech Export Bank

Promoting exports by providing state-supported export financing.

EU-Insurers.com

All information about insurances in cities and countries of the EU.

Czech-Moravian Guarantee and Development Bank

The Bank was established in 1992 as a specialised banking institution. Its mission and primary business consist in providing assistance to small and medium sized enterprises (SME) with the aim to facilitate them access to financial capital and to share their business risk through a scheme of subsidy programmes. The Bank also participates actively in implementing state policy supporting the financing of municipal infrastructure and housing construction development.

Czech Business Portal

All about Czech Business on the web.

CIA -- The World Factbook: Czech Republic

After World War II, Czechoslovakia fell within the Soviet sphere of influence. In 1968, an invasion by Warsaw Pact troops ended the efforts of the country's leaders to liberalize party rule and create "socialism with a human face." Anti-Soviet demonstrations the following year ushered in a period of harsh repression. With the collapse of Soviet authority in 1989, Czechoslovakia regained its freedom through a peaceful "Velvet Revolution." On 1 January 1993, the country underwent a "velvet divorce" into its two national components, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Now a member of NATO, the Czech Republic has moved toward integration in world markets, a development that poses both opportunities and risks.

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