More than two-thirds of companies in automobile industry in the Czech Republic are planning to increase their economic production capacity in the next five years, according to a new survey by the accounting and consultancy firm Deloitte carried out in car plants in six central European countries. However, they will also face lack of qualified workforce, insufficient infrastructure and logistics, the study suggests. Among the biggest advantages of the Czech automobile industry mentioned by the respondents was the low cost of labour.
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