Czech producer price inflation accelerated for the second straight month in September, according to the Czech Statistical Office reports on August 16.
Just days after being hit by a subsidy fraud charge, populist politician expected to become country's next PM receives court verdict meaning he will have to re-explain his Communist-era activities.
Lithuania is the only EU member state where female employees are more likely to be sent on job-related training by their employer than their male colleagues, finds a study by The Knowledge Academy.
Ukrainian delegation walks out of Strasbourg speech as Czech president calls for switch from EU sanctions approach to talks on Russian compensation for Kyiv.
With less than two weeks to election populist politician faces battle to persuade voters who have largely stuck with him so far that case over EU subsidy is politically motivated.
Unions threaten to withdraw overtime commitments but company says in letter to employees no present plans for such a move exist and that it would only be adopted to cope with demand.
Specula¬tors seem intent on betting on further appreciation of currency despite existing exposure amounting to tens of billions of euros.
Unions claim 2,000 jobs are at stake at 'family silver' firm and that some high-placed VW managers are envious of the success and profitability achieved by their subsidiary.
The regional international financial institution International Investment Bank (IIB) held a conference in Moscow on September 28-29 to prepare partners for the introduction of the new IFRS-9 international accounting standards.
UK retail giant could put its regional subsidiaries up for sale in bulk or individually in March 2018 if unions stick with their demands for further wage hikes.
Production levels in the country outperformed expectations in September with rising export sales helping to lift the headline purchasing managers' index to 56.6 from 54.9.
Tightening labour markets are undermining the investment case for Central Europe, but its labour productivity and infrastructure still give it an advantage.
If the Freedom Party enters government after the election, convergence with populists in the Visegrad Group may increase, but the big parties will prevent any major shift.
The region has made little progress over the past decade in improving trust and civic engagement, says Legatum Institute.