Czech Republic -No reason for great optimism -January 22, 2014

Economists of the trade union confederation Unions CMKOS do not expect the economy to overcome stagnation earlier than in 2016. They put GDP growth for 2014 at up to 1%. CMKOS wants to focus on pushing through measures for boosting the economy and raising employment, instead of austerity measures. The country was paying an enormous price for the cuts and lowering of the budget deficit in the past years.

English: http://praguemonitor.com/2014/01/22/unions-say-czech-economy ...   

 

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