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Czech Republic seen as second worst EU country in which to start up a business

Radio Prague |
14 July 2014

The Czech Republic is the second worst country in the EU in which to start up a business, according to a report by the World Economics Form. A survey among local entrepreneurs indicates that the process of setting up a business is bureaucratic and time consuming.

Another Czech soldier injured in attack on night patrol at Bagram military base

Radio Prague |
14 July 2014

Another Czech soldier has been injured during an attack on a nigh patrol at the Bagram military base in Afghanistan. The patrol came under fire from insurgents not far from the base which the Czech unit serving under ISAF is protecting.

ANO party surging ahead in popularity ratings

Radio Prague |
14 July 2014

The ANO party of the ruling coalition has surged ahead in popularity ratings. According to a survey conducted by the polling agency Aisa the party would now get 31 percent voter support, as compared to the 18.6% it won in last year's general elections.

Czech Post wants hundreds of small outlets franchised

Radio Prague |
14 July 2014

Czech Post wants to franchise around 200 of its small outlets within the next two years, the company's general director Martin Elkan told Czech Television on Sunday.

One killed, four injured in Ostrava motorcycle race

Radio Prague |
14 July 2014

Sunday's motorcycle race in Ostrava ended in tragedy after several drivers were caught up in a dangerous pileup on a closed track.

Wimbledon champion Kvitová faces storm over Monaco tax haven

Radio Prague |
14 July 2014

Czech tennis star and current world number 4 Petra Kvitová is facing criticism for an alleged lack of patriotism stemming from the fact that for tax purposes, she is registered as a resident of Monaco.

Věra Martinová - queen of Czech country music

Radio Prague |
14 July 2014

Czech singer and guitarist Věra Martinová is one of the big names on the Czech country and folk scene.

More Czech restaurants willing to provide tap water with meals, according to daily

Radio Prague |
14 July 2014

According to iDnes, restaurants in the Czech Republic have gotten better about serving clients tap water in their establishments, something frowned upon by many a waiter or proprietor not that long ago.

Pavlov animal rescue centre successfully breeds & raises European mink

Radio Prague |
14 July 2014

Stanice Pavlov, a recognised animal rescue station in the Czech-Moravian highlands, succeeded after several years of set-backs in successfully breeding a litter of European mink.

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