October 2006
Emerging Europe Monitor: Central Europe & Baltic States;Oct2006, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p6
Country Report
Country Report
The article provides an update on the condition of the economic and political environment in the Czech Republic. The likelihood of a new government being formed has collapsed, as negotiations between the two main political parties, the Civic Democrats and Social Democrats, fell through. On the economic front, the Czech National Bank held its benchmark interest rate at 2.25% despite the European Central Bank raising its own rate to 3.00% earlier.


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