Interest in setting up new British firms in the Czech Republic has slowed down since the decision on Brexit, according to statistics provided by Bisnode. At present there are a record number of British companies operating in the Czech Republic, but interest in setting up new ones is at its lowest since 2014.
The biggest number of British companies established in the Czech Republic was in the period leading up to the referendum on Brixit and immediately in its wake, according to the report.
There are currently close to 5,000 companies with British capital operating on Czech soil.
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