Business in the Czech Republic

The Czech Law Office “PRK Partners” with the largest Russian-language office in the Czech Republic has prepared a useful and informative publication for Russian entrepreneurs and all those interested in economic activities on the territory of the Czech Republic: “Business in the Czech Republic”.

The publication is not only limited to economic topics, but also answers many questions related to living, traveling in the Czech Republic, etc.

Main topics of the publication:

  • General information (population, job placement, document processing procedures)
  • Investments
  • Antimonopoly law
  • Real estate and environmental protection
  • Labor law
  • Formalization of necessary formalities for doing business
  • Offshore banks
  • Taxation

Business in the Czech Republic 2019
Business in the Czech Republic 2018
Business in the Czech Republic 2017

A World Bank Group Flagship Report

The Doing Business project provides objective measures of business regulations and their enforcement across 190 economies and selected cities at the subnational and regional level.
The Doing Business project, launched in 2002, looks at domestic small and medium-size companies and measures the regulations applying to them through their life cycle.

How to open and do business in the Czech Republic

Information portal for all who are interested in business in the Czech Republic, cooperation with Czech partners, business law, business and investment environment and other issues related to opening and running business in the Czech Republic.

PP Agency, together with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Chechen Republic and other state organizations, has developed an information portal for potential foreign partners, investors and others interested in opportunities for economic cooperation with the Czech Republic.

Investment rating of Czech cities

KPMG Czech Republic has prepared the analysis and rating of the cities of the Czech Republic in terms of socio-cultural significance, political climate, demographic factors, infrastructure development and other aspects. This report can be useful primarily in assessing the investment attractiveness of cities and regions.