The soft drink company Kofola this week opened its first brand restaurant in the Czech capital, NaGrilu. As the name implies, the venues will offer dishes off the grill, as well as beverages by the company as well as fresh fruit and vegetable juice from UGO and Mangaloo. While it offers fast food, it will apparently be with a difference: an emphasis on healthy and fresh ingredients.
Countries across Europe are facing an imminent lack of teachers and unless they take action they may soon face a serious problem, according to a 2015 report released by the European Commission. The Czech Republic is on the list and the commission has strongly advised taking coordinated measures to recruit new teaching staff.
Škoda Transportation is one of Europe’s leading rail carriage and tram producers. But while it has successfully built up worldwide sales, Western European markets have not produced the contracts that had been hoped for. The acquisition of a controlling stake in Finland’s biggest rail carriage and tram producer could help crack that problem.
The biggest drought in over a decade is expected to take a heavy toll on the harvest and particularly small and medium sized farmers with inadequate irrigation facilities are expected to be hard hit. According to preliminary estimates Czech fruit and vegetable growers will see a 30 percent loss in profits.
While Czech companies have seen healthy growth in their profits in the last year and a half, their employees have seen little change in their pay packets, Hospodářské noviny reported on Monday. Firms are instead opting to reinvest their gains or use them to cover losses sustained during the crisis, the business daily said.
Czech government reopens borders sooner than planned, special regime with Slovakia
Czech Republic ready to “normalize” travel with twenty European countries
Official: Covid-19 not primary cause of death in 60 percent of those who have died with disease
“We wanted to do something beautiful” - How the US cavalry saved some of world’s most treasured horses in wartime Czechoslovakia
“Having 10 percent of guests does not even cover running costs” – Czech hotels face year of low demand