Country Risk Summary: CZECH REPUBLIC

July 2003
Emerging Europe Monitor: Central Europe;Jul2003, Vol. 10 Issue 7, p8
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This article overviews political, economic and social environment of Czech Republic. EU membership approved in June 2003's referendum, attention will focus on getting Finance Minister Bohuslav Sobotka's medium-term fiscal deficit reduction plan through parliament. With the coalition controlling just a one-seat majority, and its leading party, the Social Democrats, not convincingly behind the reform, the issue could precipitate a government crisis.


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