German shops close to the Czech border are increasingly employing Czech-speaking staff to accommodate a growing Czech clientele, the internet news site idnes reported. The daily visited the town of Heidenau, Lower Saxony, where approximately 10 percent of the local clientele are Czechs from across the border. According to local businesses employing some Czech-speaking staff pays off. Their Czech clients spend on average 200 euro per visit and most come every weekend. Many shops in the border region now print leaflets in Czech as well as in German.
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