The American e-commerce giant Amazon is aiming to build a new hall in Prague’s Horní Počernice which could be staffed by up to 3,000 employees. Around 1,000 of those, however, would be relocated from an already existing logistics centre in Dobrovíz. The hall would encompass a massive 40,000 square metres in the P3 industrial zone.
The state spending watchdog, the Supreme Audit Office, has issued a report putting the spotlight on ongoing failures how ministries manage the wide variety of companies under their control. In spite of past government resolutions and instructions, clear guidelines and policies are often still lacking with ministries appearing to take an ad hoc approach.
The Czech government is debating the future of the Paskov mine, one of the last deep coal mines in the country, after its owner OKD announced its possible closure at the end of 2016. The mine is one of the biggest employers in the Moravian-Silesian region and its closure would put 1,800 employees and almost as many more doing business with the mine out of work.
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