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2017 law governing wine sales remains highly controversial

Two years after a law aiming to clamp down on bootleg wine sales and low quality wines came into force it still sparks controversy among wine-growers and wine sellers. While the Agriculture and Food Inspection Authority claims the quality of wines sold on the market has significantly improved, small wine makers say it is putting them out of business.

 
 
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Czechs set to go beyond EU proposals on…

The Czech government is poised to amend the Food and Consumer Protection acts so as to ban the practice of “dual…

 
 
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Czech company tax among the most…

The Czech Republic’s system of company tax is one of the most complicated in the EU, claims a study made in…

 
 
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Czech unions seek to force employers to…

Companies in the Czech Republic will have to accurately track their employees’ working hours. Otherwise they will come…

 
 
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Major new residential and office…

A new residential and office quarter is set to go up in the Prague 10 district that will contain up to 650 apartments…

 
 
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Czech Republic facing serious shortage…

In the last few decades the number of teenagers who opted to become skilled tradesmen and women has seen a steep…

 
 
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PM: State of food security…

Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš described the country’s agricultural self-sufficiency as catastrophic in a speech to…

 
 
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Extension of controversial electronic…

Prime Minister Andrej Babiš’s (ANO) bid to extend the scope of the electronic cash register system known as the “EET…

 
 
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Lorry drivers and crane operators…

Unemployment rates in the Czech Republic have been the lowest Europe-wide for some time now. The latest data on…

 
 
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Czech PM’s request for share of bank…

Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš caused a stir in Central Europe’s banking sector when he suggested that lenders in…

 
 
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New bill to prevent children from…

Over six thousand children in the Czech Republic are currently threatened with a distraint order over unpaid debts…

 
 
 
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