The Czech Republic received 10.4 billion crowns more from the EU budget than it paid in dues in the first half of 2018, according to a Czech Finance Ministry report released on Friday.
It received the equivalent of 32.9 billion crown from the EU budget while contributing 22.5 million.
The country is one of many EU member states that has been receiving more from the EU budget than it contributes.
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