November 2005
Emerging Europe Monitor: Central Europe & Baltic States;Nov2005, Vol. 12 Issue 11, p6
Country Report
Country Report
The article presents information on the political, economic and business risks of Czech Republic. There are signs of increased co-operation between the incumbent CSSD government and Communist party, which could lead to an unexpected alliance in the forthcoming parliamentary elections. The economic upswing is showing no signs of relenting, as GDP growth in Q205 measured 5.1 %. Even more encouraging for the authorities is the absence of high inflation and a large current account deficit, two features that are common during a period of robust growth. The deal between automobile manufacturers would underline the Czech Republic's position as regional leader in attracting inward investment, which is a positive reflection on the business environment.


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