Executive summary

June 2006
OECD Economic Surveys: Czech Republic;Jun2006, Vol. 2006 Issue 6, p7
Country Report
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The article provides an overview of the economic growth performance of the Czech Republic in 2005. Low inflation and interest rates have been the economy's strong for some time and policy is well prepared to meet the monetary challenges of euro entry. Deficits have been low but caused by revenue surprises and deferred expenditure, rather than by spending cuts. The status of unemployment, and business conditions, are discussed.


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