The number of Czech households equipped with a computer has doubled in the last five years, the Czech Statistical Office reported. While in 2005 only around 30 percent of Czech households were equipped with a PC, in 2009 their number had risen to 59.6 percent. In this respect the Czech Republic still lacks behind the EU average, which is 11 percent higher.
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