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March 2018

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Deloitte Analytics
March 2018

Czechia in Data: Number of Overweight Czechs Significantly Rising

Loosening the Belt: Number of Overweight Czechs Significantly Rising

Christmas is long behind us and we are already several weeks into the New Year. Weeks during which – according to statistics – the majority of us lose interest in or the will to keep their New Year’s resolutions, including probably the most frequent one – to lose weight and start exercising more. This is a pity considering that 71% of men and almost 57% of women in the Czech Republic are suffering from excessive weight or obesity: the highest percentages ever recorded. Read more at www.ceskovdatech.cz.

News from the grants and incentives area
February 2018

Grants & Incentives news

Deloitte Analytics
February 2018

Czechia in Data: Insurance fraud the Czech way

Insurance fraud the Czech way

The number of discovered cases of insurance fraud is growing more slowly, but the areas where the Czechs “try their luck” are changing. Very few things in our lives are certain, and that is why we have insurance in the world. But what is certain is the fact that if there is room for fraud somewhere, someone will always try to do it. There are many opportunities for insurance fraud, but swindlers in this area are slowly losing ground. That is at least what the data from our analysis shows. Read more at www.ceskovdatech.cz.

News from the grants and incentives area
December 2017

Grants & Incentives news

Deloitte Analytics
December 2017

Czechia in Data: Energy Waltz

Energy Waltz
How much do we pay for energy in the Czech Republic and what determines the price?

Winter is coming and with it a period of greater consumption of electricity and gas. Do you know how much you pay for energy? And did you know that the final bill is determined by the suppliers, distributors and the state? And how come your neighbour in the next region over pays less or more than you? Take a look at the analysis of Czechia in Data, this time on the subject of energy prices. Read more at www.ceskovdatech.cz.

News from the grants and incentives area
November 2017

Grants & Incentives news

Deloitte Analytics
November 2017

Czechia in Data: Czech Banks in the Digital Age

Czech Banks in the Digital Age

Nowadays, there are more banking houses in the Czech Republic than there were eight years ago; however, the number of branches and employees is decreasing and the contact with clients is changing. Slowly, banks are adapting to life in a digital world where handling cash gives way to advisory and consulting. How does this manifest itself in the Czech Republic?

 

At the end of July 2017, 47 local banking houses and branches of foreign banks were active in the Czech Republic. There were nine Czech banks, ie banks with a major Czech interest in the share capital; in a further 13 banks, the interest of foreign capital from EU countries prevailed and in one bank (the Russian Expobank), the major interest in the share capital came from countries outside the EU and the EEA.

 

There are a total of 23 branches of foreign banks from EU countries in the Czech Republic. Also, a branch of one foreign bank from countries outside the EU and the EEA is active in the Czech Republic, namely the Bank of China. ICBC, another one of the large Chinese banks, gained a licence to operate in the Czech Republic this year.

 

The number of banks operating on the Czech market has increased over the past eight years. Whereas in 2009, the banking licence was held by 39 banking houses, by the end of July 2017 it was already 47 banks. The greatest increase was recorded with branches of foreign banks from EU countries, from 18 in 2009 to 23 in 2017. On the other hand, the number of banks owned predominantly from countries outside the EU has dropped lately; in 2015, three banks of that origin operated in the Czech Republic, whereas today, solely one remains. In case this analysis caught your interest, please visit www.ceskovdatech.cz to discover more.

News from the grants and incentives area
October 2017

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Deloitte Analytics
October 2017

Czechia in Data: Czech airports analysis

International Flights: As the Number of People at Prague Airport Grows, Other Airports Face an Outflow of Passengers

In 2016, a total of 13.75 million people passed through local airports, up by 7% compared to the year before. It was the first time the number of confirmed passengers had exceeded 13 million since late 2008 and early 2009 when the first signs of the economic crisis appeared. Along with the return of foreign tourists from countries recovering from the crisis, 2016 saw the numbers of arrivals and departures even out. These were virtually identical, while between 2012 and 2015 the number of people departing from the Czech Republic steadily prevailed.

 

The largest Czech airport – located in Prague’s Ruzyně and named after Václav Havel – checked in 13,074,517 passengers last year, which is an almost 9% increase on the year before. Traditionally, the greatest number of people fly to and from the Czech Republic during the summer months, which is also evident from the Prague airport’s figures. During what was the busiest month – July 2016 – a total of 1.45 million people travelled from the airport, while in one record-breaking day (17 July), a total of 52,616 passengers passed through the gates of the airport. The daily average throughout the year is a mere 35,000 people. Read more at www.ceskovdatech.cz.

News from the grants and incentives area
September 2017

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Deloitte Analytics
September 2017

Czechia in Data: Education Costs

Czechs are at the tail of the OECD

Another school year has come. More than 900 thousand pupils, 400 thousand secondary school students, 300 thousand university students and more than 40 thousand students from abroad will attend Czech schools. And yet, the amount we invest in schooling is one of the lowest among OECD countries. What portion of GDP goes to education? What are the grades of Czech students and pupils? How well are schools equipped? How many teachers are there in the Czech Republic? School analysis is here for you! Read more at www.ceskovdatech.cz.

News from the grants and incentives area
July 2017

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Deloitte Analytics
July 2017

Czechia in Data: Forbidden Czechia

Places where a common man cannot set foot

Our republic has an area of 78,866 square kilometres. Approximately 2% of its surface are taken by waters, thus leaving about 77,289 km² for land. However, have you ever thought about which part of this area a common man can set foot in? Come with us to take a look at the depths of mines and mountain tops. At places in the middle of nowhere, where a ‘sleep tight’ wish comes from lone wolves, tanks or giant excavators. Take a look at forbidden, protected and destroyed Czechia and learn more at www.ceskovdatech.cz.

News from the grants and incentives area
June 2017

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Deloitte Analytics
June 2017

Czechia in Data: Gas stations analysis

Czechia with the Smell of Gasoline

Behind the network of gas stations that is so thick that it could be cut with a knife, there is no magical fairy-tale like pond but Czech roads and highways. We have more than 7,000 gas stations in Czechia, almost four thousand of which are public where each of us can fuel up our vehicle. Which region has the densest network of gas stations? And which region has the most gas stations per inhabitant? And what is the density of gas station networks in neighbouring countries? The analysis of Czechia in Data accompanied by the smell of gasoline and oil stains has just started – read more at www.ceskovdatech.cz.

Thou shall not burgle!
Where there’s a burglars’ paradise and how do Czechs protect their houses and apartments

At first sight, it might look like we want to provide dishonest men with instructions on where, when and how to perform a perfect “burglary”. But, believe us, that’s not the case. We just want to offer you guilelessly interesting data on the development of thievery through break-in, show you the places where housebreaking is occurring the most and, at the same time, regions where police succeed most often in solving burglaries. Moreover, we looked closely at how burglars get into buildings most often, what would deter them from breaking in and what they are afraid of or how Czechs in general take care of securing their households. Read more at www.ceskovdatech.cz.

Czech Transport Inspection in Data
The most expensive city transport system is in Liberec, the lowest subsidies for transport are provided in Ústí nad Labem

Are you interested in where in the Czech Republic the oldest buses and trams are used? How do public transport companies invest in their vehicle fleet, which city pays the largest sums for its public transport or how many people do public transport companies in individual cities transport during rush hours? Do you know where to expect the most expensive tickets and how much time citizens of individual cities and regions have to spend at work in order to buy a one-year ticket for public transport? If not, hop on the recent analysis of the Czech Republic in data and take a ride through the large survey of public transport in our regional cities – read more at www.ceskovdatech.cz.

Country of Brownfields: Almost 500 Czech Localities Waiting for Investors

According to the estimates of the Ministry of Industry and Trade from 2008, more than 11 thousand brownfields (ie empty or inefficiently utilised buildings and land awaiting revitalisation) are located in the Czech Republic. Brownfields are often part of our history, being evidence of the technical, architectonic and urbanistic development in the past. Brownfields are an opportunity for investors to start new activities; on the other hand, they often involve an increased environmental burden, the elimination of which will require significant investments. Analysts from the Czechia in Data project set out on a journey to explore Czech brownfields. Join their expedition and read more at www.ceskovdatech.cz.

Smokers when young, beggars when old? How many cigarettes Czechs smoke and how much it costs them

As far as cigarette consumption goes, the Czech Republic takes fourth place among EU countries and as official statistics show, we only narrowly miss the global top 10. This is despite the fact that in recent years Czechs have been smoking less and less. While cigarettes are getting more expensive in the Czech Republic, they are still among the cheapest in the whole EU. How is a pack of cigarettes actually priced? How many does an average Czech smoke per year? How many smokers are there in the Czech Republic? Take a look at the latest analysis by Czechia in Data before all the figures go up in smoke…. Read more on www.ceskovdatech.cz.

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