Assessment and recommendations

June 2006
OECD Economic Surveys: Czech Republic;Jun2006, Vol. 2006 Issue 6, p8
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The article offers an assessment of and recommendations for the economic growth of the Czech Republic. The country's annual growth per capita between 2002 and 2005 is analyzed. Inflation and interest rates are also assessed. The estimated general-government deficit for 2005 is cited. A welcome effort to establish consensus on pension reform has been initiated.


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