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The Czech economy, which has experienced robust growth over the last decade, is expected to continue its growth momentum, reaching approximately US $279 billion by 2017 with a CAGR of 4% over the next five years.

Lucintel, a leading global management consulting and market research firm, has analyzed investment opportunities in Czech Republic and presents its findings in “Investment Opportunities in the Czech Republic 2012-2017: Country and City Analysis.”

The Czech Republic, being one of the most stable and prosperous countries of the Central and Eastern European region, has attracted intensive amounts of foreign direct investment (FDI) in the automotive, real estate, and IT sectors. The Czech economy posted growth of 12% from 2001 through 2011. Despite the ongoing Eurozone financial crisis, the Czech economy is likely to largely immune to those uncertainties in the coming five years.

Lucintel’s research indicates that the service sectors, such as automobile, IT, construction, telecommunication, and retail of the Czech Republic are the major contributor to the nation’s GDP and the key drivers for economic growth. Waiving of the VAT has made the Czech economy one of the top destinations for FDI.

The report indicates that despite the challenges of a huge export dependence, global recession, and corruption, the Czech Republic’s strong FDI and EU membership will add momentum to the nation’s growth. Lucintel’s research indicates that despite the recession, GDP rose to $214.6 billion due to the rebound in exports in 2011, thereby providing stability to the economy of the Czech Republic.

Lucintel’s report, which also provides an in-depth analysis of Czech economy, analyzes the macroeconomic status of the Czech Republic, profiles top industry analysis, and analyzes the top metropolitan areas of the country. The report also details investment climate; regulatory framework, risk assessment, overview of key industries, and more. This report helps the investors to choose the right destination for investment inside the country. This report will save hundreds of hours of your own personal research time and will significantly benefit you in expanding your business in this market. In today’s stringent economy, you need every advantage that you can find.

To make business, investment, and strategic decisions, you need timely, useful information. Investment opportunities in  Czech republic market report fulfills this core need and is an indispensable reference guide for multinational materials suppliers, product manufacturers, investors, executives, distributors, and many more that operate in this market.

Some of the features of this report:

  • Trend and forecast for key macroeconomic variables that are useful to make major investment decision.
  • Analyses of market size, drivers and challenges in key industries such as automobile, IT, retail, telecommunication, etc.
  • In-depth insights about the legal environment, natural resource and status of infrastructure in the country.
  • Benchmarking of top cities in various parameters to identify best cities for business expansion.
  • More than 78 figures/charts and 47 tables are provided in this roughly 170-page report.
Benefits of a Lucintel Report:
  • Lucintel’s core competency is in market research and management consulting. In the last 14 years, Lucintel has worked on hundreds of market research studies. Lucintel’s reports offer the following benefits:
  • Fine tune your business expansion planning with understanding of domestic demand analysis and demographics structure analysis.
  • Explore business opportunities with the analysis of key industries, potential sectors and by understanding drivers and challenges of each industry.
  • Know the business environment of the country using analysis of investment climate and risk assessment.
  • Identify best cities to invest by knowing benchmarking of top cities on different parameters.
1. Executive Summary  

 2. Background and Macroeconomic Environment of the Czech Republic  
 2.1. Geographic, Political and Demographic Overview  
 2.2. Macro Economic Overview  
 2.2.1. Real Economy  
 2.2.2. External Economy  

 3. Overview of Key Industries  
 3.1. Manufacturing Sector  
 3.1.1. Automotive Industry  
 3.2. Service Sector  
 3.2.1. Information Technology (IT) sector  
 3.2.2. Construction Sector  
 3.2.3. Retail Sector  
 3.2.4. Telecommunication Sector  
 3.3. Energy Industry  
 3.3.1. Power  
 3.3.2. Natural Gas  
 3.3.3. Oil  
 3.4. Emerging Markets  

 4. Investment Climate  
 4.1. Regulatory Framework  
 4.1.1. Regulatory Policies  
 4.1.2. Trade Policies  
 4.2. Infrastructure Development  
 4.2.1. Transportation and Logistics  
 4.2.2. Internet and Broadband  
 4.3. Czech Industry Incentives and Financial Availability  
 4.4. Resources  
 4.4.1. Human Resources  
 4.4.2. Natural Resources  

 5. Attractiveness and Benchmarking of Top 13 Cities  
 5.1. Demographic Overview  
 5.2. Economic Overview  
 5.3. Infrastructure  
 5.4. Corporate and Financial Model  
 5.5. City Benchmarking  

 6. Risk Assessment  
 6.1. External debt  
 6.2. Current Account Deficit

List of Figures  
List of Tables  
About Us  

List of Figures

Chapter 2. Background and Macroeconomic Environment of Czech Republic
Figure 2.1: Czech Republic working age population
Figure 2.2: Czech Republic’s current global position
Figure 2.3: Trend of real GDP growth rate
Figure 2.4: Forecast of real GDP growth rate
Figure 2.5: Trend of gross national income
Figure 2.6: Trend of GDP at current prices
Figure 2.7: Trend of growth of GDP and IIP
Figure 2.8: Trend of sectoral growth volatility
Figure 2.9: Trend of inflation and interest rate
Figure 2.10: Trend of savings and investments as percentage of GDP
Figure 2.11: Trend of consumption expenditure as percentage of GDP
Figure 2.12: Trend of international capital inflows
Figure 2.13: Trend of foreign exchange reserves and exchange rate
Figure 2.14: Trend of Czech Republic international trade
Figure 2.15: Trend of exports as percentage of GDP
Figure 2.16: Imports by commodity
Figure 2.17: Regional scenario of Czech Republic’s imports
Figure 2.18: Top five trading partners for imports of Czech Republic
Figure 2.19: Czech Republic exports by commodity
Figure 2.20: Regional scenario of Czech Republic exports
Figure 2.21: Top five trading partners for exports of Czech Republic

Chapter 3. Overview of Key Industries
Figure 3.1: GDP sectoral contribution
Figure 3.2: Share of different sectors to GDP
Figure 3.3: Drivers and challenges of Czech Republic automotive industry
Figure 3.4: Trend of vehicles production
Figure 3.5: Total sales of vehicles
Figure 3.6: Trend of domestic vehicle sales
Figure 3.7: Trend of automotive domestic sales and GDP growth rate
Figure 3.8: Trend of total vehicle exports
Figure 3.9: Trend of revenue of Czech automotive industry
Figure 3.10: Drivers and challenges of Czech IT industry
Figure 3.11: Trend of revenue of Czech IT Sector
Figure 3.12: Trend of IT industry’s Share in GDP
Figure 3.13: Drivers and challenges of Czech construction sector
Figure 3.14: Trend of revenue of Czech construction industry
Figure 3.15: Trend of construction sector’s Share in GDP
Figure 3.16: Drivers and challenges of Czech retail sector
Figure 3.17: Trend of revenue of Czech Retail industry
Figure 3.18: Trend of retail Industry’s Share in GDP
Figure 3.19: Drivers and challenges of Czech telecom sector
Figure 3.20: Trend of subscriber base of Czech Republic telecom sector
Figure 3.21: Trend of revenues of the Czech telecom Industry
Figure 3.22: Total revenues of the Czech telecom industry
Figure 3.23: Market share of wireless operators
Figure 3.24: Trend of Czech telecom industry’s share in GDP
Figure 3.25: Trend of electricity demand and supply
Figure 3.26: Trend of natural gas demand and supply
Figure 3.27: Trend of oil demand and supply in the Czech Republic

Chapter 4. Investment Climate
Figure 4.1: Trend of internet and broadband subscribers

Chapter 5. Attractiveness and Benchmarking of Top 13 Cities
Figure 5.1: Index of demographic and human resource model – top cities
Figure 5.2: Index of demographic and human resource model – emerging cities
Figure 5.3: Index of economic model – top cities
Figure 5.4: Index of economic model – emerging cities
Figure 5.5: Sectoral contribution of Prague’s GDP
Figure 5.6: Sectoral contribution of Central Bohemia’s GDP
Figure 5.7: Sectoral contribution of Moravian-Silesian GDP
Figure 5.8: Sectoral contribution of South Moravian’s GDP
Figure 5.9: Sectoral contribution of Olomouc’s GDP
Figure 5.10: Sectoral contribution of Plzen’s GDP
Figure 5.11: Sectoral contribution of Ústí’s GDP
Figure 5.12: Sectoral contribution of Liberec’s GDP
Figure 5.13: Sectoral contribution of Zlín’s GDP
Figure 5.14: Sectoral contribution of South Bohemia’s GDP
Figure 5.15: Sectoral contribution of Karlovy Vary’s GDP
Figure 5.16: Sectoral contribution of Hradec Králové’s GDP
Figure 5.17: Sectoral contribution of Pardubice’s GDP
Figure 5.18: Sectoral contribution of Vysocina’s GDP
Figure 5.19: Index for infrastructure – top cities
Figure 5.20: Index for infrastructure – emerging cities
Figure 5.21: Index for corporate and financial – top cities
Figure 5.22: Index for corporate and financial – emerging cities
Figure 5.23: Investment attractiveness matrix

CHAPTER 6. Risk Assessment
Figure 6.1: Trend of external debt of the Czech Republic
Figure 6.2: Trend of current account balance as percentage of GDP
Figure 6.3: Trend of balance of payment of the Czech Republic

List of Tables

Chapter 2: Background and Macroeconomic Environment of Czech Republic
Table 2.1: Geographical profile of Czech Republic
Table 2.2: FDI inflows by country

Chapter 5: Attractiveness and Benchmarking of Top 20 Cities
Table 5.1: Demographic overview – top and emerging cities
Table 5.2: Prague metro – facts and figures
Table 5.3: Ostrava metro – 

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