A dispute between a Czech company and its British partner looks set to go to a court of arbitration in the next few weeks. At the base of the dispute is a contract signed between the two companies, which the Czech partner wants annulled. The British partner has cried foul, and has publicly voiced concerns over investing in the Czech Republic. has this report.
The Czech Prime Minister Milos Zeman visited Sweden earlier this week for talks on a number of issues, most notably EU enlargement. But there was another crucial item on Mr Zeman's agenda - persuading Swedish investors to stake their hard-earned cash on the Czech Republic, especially if Prague decides to spend some two billion dollars buying Swedish Grippen jet fighters for the Czech Air Force. has more.
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