The Minister of Industry and Trade, Jiří Havlíček, has held discussions with Czech president Miloš Zeman and the team of his advisors. During their four-hour talks, they were discussing the law on electronic communication or the law that would enable operators to reduce the cost of deploying communication networks. The legislation is set to be to be debated by the lawmakers. Among other topics on the agenda was the operation of the Czech Export Bank and state export insurer EGAP, Mr Havlíček told journalists after the meeting on Saturday.
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