January 2005
OECD Economic Surveys: Czech Republic;Jan2005, Vol. 2004 Issue 17, p10
Country Report
Country Report
Addresses the main challenges to be faced by the Czech Republic following accession to the European Union. Significance of fiscal consolidation; Information on a strategy formulated by the Central Bank and the Ministry of Finance for entering the euro area; Need for an improvement in the functioning of the labour market.


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