Czech priorities in the EU; Taiwan and smooth functioning of the internal market

AMO invites you to the roundtable discussion focused on the economic cooperation between Taiwan and the EU. In the past year the Czech foreign trade policy in East Asia went through a number of strategic shifts. Czech exports to Taiwan have not grown as in case of China, Japan or Korea, but have stagnated, eventhough Taiwanese companies always belonged to the most important investors in the Czech Republic. The event takes place on Monday, June 8 at 4 p.m. in CERGE-EI, Prague. You can find more information here.

AMO published conference report written by Kryštof Kruliš at the international expert workshop in Bratislava that was focused on the smooth functioning of the internal market between Visegrad four countries. You can read which obstacles the Central European governments have to still lift in order to have truly single market. The event was a part of the project supported by the International Visegrad Fund.

Vít Dostál wrote briefing paper devoted to the new concept of Czech priorities in the European Union. Tomáš Jungwirth wrote for AMO blog about the scandal surrounding Macedonian PM Nikola Gruevski. Vít Dostál also on AMO blog commented the aftermath of Polish presidential elections. Kryštof Kruliš discussed for the Czech Radio the importance of the recent parliamentary elections in the United Kingdom.