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Czech GDP nominally up 700 percent since fall of communism

By Ian Willoughby | Radio Prague |
6 August 2019

Czech gross domestic product has increased nominally by around 700 percent since the fall of communism, according to data from the Czech Statistics Office and the calculations of analysts cited by the Czech News Agency. While Czech GDP was CZK 672 billion in 1990, in current prices it is now more than CZK 5.3 trillion.