High-tech duty exemptions possible in Czech Republic:
This article was originally published in Clinica
CzechInvest, the Czech government's promotional agency for foreign investment is pushing to eliminate duties on high-tech imports before the end of June. However, new legislation is expected to be a watered-down version with minimal effect on investment, said Ministry of Trade officials. CzechInvest wants a new bill to act as an incentive to foreign companies which want to manufacture goods in the Czech Republic, said a report in the Warsaw Business Journal.
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