The supervisory board of Prague’s Public Transport Company on Wednesday nominated a former sales manager of T-Mobile, Milan Křístek, for the post of the company's CEO. The nomination is to be approved by the company's board. Mr Křístek beat former transportation minister Radek Šmerda and head of the České Budějovice transport authority for the job. The company has been led by an interim director since August when its former boss Vladimír Lich was dismissed.
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