Why Invest in the Czech Republic

The Czech Republic is one of the most successful CEE countries in terms of attracting foreign direct investment. Over 173,000 Czech firms across all sectors are now supported by foreign capital. According to the Czech National Bank, a total amount of EUR 77.8 billion worth of FDI has been recorded since 1993 (Source: Czech National Bank, 2012).

The introduction of investment incentives in 1998 stimulated a massive inflow of FDI into greenfield projects. The Czech Republic's accession to the European Union in 2004 and the amendments to the investment-incentives legislation have further boosted investment.
According to an Economist Intelligence Unit database, the Czech Republic has consistently attracted a high rate of foreign direct investment per capita since 2000, which confirms the country's strong attractiveness for foreign investors.

Attached files

Description Type Size Date

Investment Climate in the Czech Republic

Brochure: basic data on the CR • investment climate • investment incentives • CzechInvests services etc

867.19 kB 25 Nov. 2016

Fact Sheet: Investment opportunities in the Czech Republic

269.74 kB 3 Jul. 2014

Fact Sheet: Inflow of FDI into the Czech Republic

309.96 kB 24 May. 2013

Fact Sheet: Investment Climate in CR

327.04 kB 10 Mar. 2014

Fact Sheet: Investment Incentives in CR

86.99 kB 20 Oct. 2015

FS 05 Other Financial Support Programmes

339.2 kB 1 Jul. 2015

Fact Sheet: Basic Data on the Czech Republic

664.92 kB 3 May. 2016

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