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17 July 2019
Czechs Pay More than 11 Average Annual Income for a New Flat, the Most in Europe for the Third Consecutive Year
Czechs must pay an average of 11.2 average annual salaries to purchase a new apartment with the size of 70 m 2 . Compared to selected European countries, the situations is the worst in the Czech Republic.
05 June 2019
Deloitte has officially changed its address. It has recently moved its Prague branch to new offices in project Churchill. The address of the new registered office is Italská 67, Prague 2. The seven-storey office complex is located between the Main Station and the University of Economics.
28 May 2019
A senior lawyer Petr Syrovátko joins the law firm Deloitte Legal. He will strengthen and lead the civil litigation team formed around Tomasz Heczko until now. He will also focus on cooperation with German and Austrian clients of the firm.
23 May 2019
Millennials and Generation Z most sceptical. They have no trust in social media and fear climate change
Despite the growth of economy, Millennials and Generation Z are increasingly sceptical. The level of pessimism has increased mainly in social and political development. The young generations show strong distrust of social media and they are afraid of climate change.
30 April 2019
The level of optimism of Czech CFOs has slightly decreased after peaking last year. This year’s survey focused on the economic outlook, the labour market, the business environment or the incoming technology trends, such as automation and artificial intelligence.
25 April 2019
Europe has 16 hotspots of a possible debt crisis. None in the Czech Republic, where firms have the highest risk
The Czech corporate sector is most at risk of a possible debt crisis. However, Czech firms are not one of the sixteen risky areas that could become the epicentre of the next debt crisis in Europe.
16 April 2019
The Act of the Year is the Amendment to the Act on Fast-Tracking the Construction of Basic Infrastructure
The winner of the 10th edition of the Act of the Year is the intention to fast-track the construction of basic infrastructure in the Czech Republic. In the brand new Vykřičník (‘Exclamation Mark’) category, four shortcomings of Czech legislation were highlighted.