Tuesday, 26 September 2017
Business | Jobspin.cz

This is the most exciting international career networking event in the town and a must-attend for expatriate job seekers. The biggest employers in Brno and other Czech cities will be at the job fair wanting to hire new multilingual talents.

Business | Prague Leadership Institute

Today, we call it perspective, but the truth remains the same. It's not the circumstances that we face that define us. It's how we choose to react to them that tells the world who we are.

Business | Radio Prague

Volkswagen, the parent company of Czech car producer Škoda Auto, has one major trump up its sleeve – its operations in several countries – including the Czech Republic, Spain, Belgium, and Slovakia as well as Germany – means that it can shuffle its production capacity between them when needed.

Business | ČTK

The number of Czechs working part-time is on the rise, but the current share of 5.7 percent is one of the lowest in Europe, while the EU average is 19.5 percent, the daily Mlada fronta Dnes (MfD) wrote on Friday.

Business | ČTK

A Czech regional court cancelled the orders by which the customs authorities froze the property of the FAU fuel-trading company worth about 340 million crowns because there was no reason to issue such extensive freezing orders, it ruled on Friday.

Business | CIA News

In 2018 ČEZ Distribuce plans to invest more than CZK 11bn. In 2017 the company expects investment expenditures to reach CZK 10.2bn. Of this total, CZK 9.6bn should be spent on construction and reconstruction and a further CZK 600m on repairs.

Business | CIA News

The Czech branch of Erste Asset Management (EAM) expects to see net sales of mutual funds totaling around CZK 10bn for 2017.

Business | CIA News

During the January to July 2017 period public investors completed and awarded 442 contracts for project preparations worth CZK 3.1bn to concrete suppliers.

Business | Radio Prague

Czechs are among the world leaders for so-called contactless cash payments. The use of such payments, such as on city trams and buses, is soaring and has sparked arguments about whether the writing is on the wall for traditional notes and coins issued by the country's central bank.

Business | Radio Prague

Workers at Czech carmaker Škoda Auto are set to push for double-digit pay rises. But just 10 percent would be "embarrassing", says a union leader.

Business | CIA News

Company Owens-Illinois (O-I) has completed an investment totaling EUR 27m into its plant in Dubí in the Ústecko Region, which is the company’s key facility for the German market.

Finance | CIA News

In 2Q 2017 the volume of loans extended to households increased by CZK 32.4bn; the increase was primarily made up of housing loans.

Business | CIA News

Czech Republic’s regions request new railroad vehicles worth totally CZK 35bn. Available funding totals under CZK 20bn, though.

Business | Radio Prague

The grape harvest in the Czech Republic this year should exceed that of 2016 growers say as the harvest begins to be taken in. Growers expect grapes sufficient for around 580,000 hectolitres of grapes for wine to be brought in this Autumn, that’s around 15,000 hectolitres more than 2016.

Business | Radio Prague

The Office for the Protection of Competition has canceled a tender for the modernization of part of railway infrastructure in Prague for CZK 3.5 billion on the grounds that the SŽDC, the body which oversees railway infrastructure, breached the law on public tenders.