Survey: Czechia second most-attractive country in CEE for investors
After Estonia, the Czech Republic is the most attractive country in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) for foreign investors, according to a traditional economic survey of German chambers of commerce in the region.
The survey took place in parallel in 16 countries and included 1,300 companies. In the eyes of investors, the Czech Republic scores particularly well in two areas: “productivity and motivation of employees”, and “quality and accessibility of local suppliers”.
The Czech public administration came off worst, especially because of deficiencies in digitization. The biggest slump was in “political and social stability”. This should be seen as a warning, said the German-Czech Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DTIHK).