The Czech GDP fell by 0.3 percent in the third quarter, compared to the previous one. Year-on-year the decline was 1.5 percent. According to the Czech statistical office the GDP has been in decline for the fourth quarter in a row, indicating that the Czech economy is in a slowly deepening recession. According to the statisticians, the continuing decline is due to decreasing demand of the Czech consumers, as well as the lower investments into construction and transportation vehicles.
First ever Indo-European settlement discovered on Czech Territory
How can foreigners travel to Czech Republic at present – and what may future hold?
Czech women might finally be allowed to drop the suffix -ová
iRozhlas: Landlords abandoning Airbnb as service faces closer oversight
Czechs, Germans, Austrians and Poles meet at closed borders