Top Czech News Headlines: Monday, December 27, 2021

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  • Economic growth in the Czech Republic is predicted to reach pre-pandemic levels in 2022, according to a new annual report released by the Czech Ministry of Finance and the analysis of experts contacted by CTK.


  • According to a survey conducted by the European insurance company, ERV Evropská pojišťovna, 43% of Czechs plan to go to the mountains this winter season, a 13% increase from last year. Most people will choose domestic ski resorts.


  • The Czech Finance Ministry has decided against extending the waiver on VAT for high-filter masks and respirators. The waiver will end on December 31.


  • The European Investment Bank signed a green loan agreement worth CZK 3.6 billion with the state-owned Czech Transmission System Operator ČEPS. The investment seeks to modernise the country’s transmission network and strengthen its electricity infrastructure until 2025.


  • The Prague police are investigating a carbon monoxide leak in a family house in Modřany. Over 30 people, including several children, were poisoned late Saturday night. The findings show that the gas boiler did not appear to have been properly inspected.
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