Funding will be used for InoBat Auto’s €100mn EV battery R&D facility and production line as it prepares to become the first European supplier of customised EV batteries.
he Czech manufacturing sector showed signs of the downturn reversing in June, but the boost to output seemed to come largely from the processing of backlogs, IHS Markit said.
The economic sentiment indicators started to pick up again in June across Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), but there are big differences between the countries as they start to recover from the coronacrisis at their own speeds
It's a sort of coronacrisis-inspired version of the swords to ploughshares story. WPA, the Czech Republic’s leading aircraft component supplier, has turned its high-tech production skills to producing high-quality respirators
The gaming industry in the Czech Republic employs more than 1,750 people, and dwarfs the country's film and television sector.
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The European Parliament condemned Babis' active involvement in implementing the EU budget while still allegedly controlling Agrofert, one of the largest beneficiaries of EU subsidies in the Czech Republic.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has been a boon for environmental, social and governance (ESG) funds, 85% of which are now outperforming their non-ESG peers, according to a paper released by the Institute of International Finance (IIF)
Sandberg's investment manager Jakub Krajcovic says he believes the business area has "huge potential" and the fund plans to focus on it more deeply.
The COVID-19 pandemic may actually strengthen Central and Eastern Europe in relative economic terms to the rest of Europe, argue Marek Belka and Piroska Nagy-Mohacsi (LSE), with Poland being one of the big winners
Reciprocal diplomat expulsions after Prague accused the Russian Federation of interfering in Czech internal affairs and attempting to poison Czech public officials.
People from the new EU member states that joined from 2004 onwards are more likely to think it is acceptable to do a favour, give a gift or give money to get something from a public administration, shows a new survey from Eurobarometer.
Emerging markets (EM) stock markets are enjoying their strongest crisis bounceback ever, as coronavirus (COVID-19) infections stabilise and governments remove two-month-long lockdowns.
Industrial production flopped by 33.7% y/y as just 14,500 cars were produced during the month compared to a monthly average of 120,000.
We have updated bne IntelliNews Despair Index, which better reflects what damage something like the coronacrisis does to the bottom half of society in the countries of New Europe. While the index has ticked up, the damage is limited so far.
Avast enters FTSE 100 just two years after listing on LSE as coronavirus pandemic’s devastation of travel industry causes cruise giant Carnival and budget airline Easyjet to drop out.