Czech Republic: CultureWise

Given the Czech Republic’s geographical position it is hardly a surprise that Czechs are often seen as the most deal-oriented business people in east-central Europe. Often dubbed “the Germans of east-central Europe” (not a comparison the Czechs themselves find flattering), Czechs share with their western neighbours a strong sense of privacy, punctuality and a preference Continue Reading

Mexico: World Bank Profile

The Mexican economy performed better than expected during the first half of 2017, with annual GDP growth at 2.3 per cent. Conditions on financial markets have also improved as the peso appreciated with respect to the US dollar, following a significant depreciation earlier this year. Resilience to shocks, sensible monetary and fiscal policy responses, as Continue Reading

Czech Republic: Václav Havel Airport

Prague Airport is the biggest and most important international airport in the Czech Republic, handing almost 15 and a half million passengers in 2017. In the same year 69 air carriers operated flights from Prague Airport, connecting the Czech capital with 163 destinations all around the world, including New York, Montreal, Toronto, Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, Continue Reading