Czech Republic

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  • Czech Republic

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    November the Communist party gave up power and ended it the single party government that ruled over Czechoslovakia. In 1993 the country split and the Czech Republic formed, as did Slovakia. With this new freedom and formation of a country made up of a majority of ethnic Czech people the future seemed bright. However, even thought the Czech Republic was free from communist oppression, it still faced important challenges, including forming a capitalist economy after years of dependency on the Soviet

  • Czech Republic

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    Czech Republic We just arrived in the Czech Republic; once part of the Holy Roman Empire and then the Austro-Hungarian monarchy, Czechoslovakia (as it was then known) became an independent nation at the end of World War I. The Czech republic is located North of Hungary, South of Poland, East of Germany, and West of the Ukraine and Russia. The capital of the Czech republic is Prague. The Czech Republic’s exact position is - longitude, - latitude. Prague’s coordinates are longitude by

  • Roma in the Czech Republic

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    Roma in the Czech Republic Growing international attention to the plight of the Roma in the Czech Republic is due in part to the country's efforts to join the European Union. European Union membership is conditioned on respect for human rights, in addition to fulfillment of economic and political criteria. Second, large-scale migration of Roma from the Czech Republic to Western countries, namely, Canada and the United Kingdom, has drawn the attention and concern of the international community

  • Analysis Of Czech Republic

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    Czech Republic The Czech Republic is a prime location for our company to expand its production because it has one of the most developed and industrialized economies. The Czech people are willing to work hard to produce quality products which will in turn boost their own struggling economy. It will be a good country to build a manufacturing plant to produce a consumer good. This country has a centrally planned socialist economy that has a connection to the Soviet Union. This type of economy

  • Politics Of The Czech Republic

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    The President of the Republic is the head of state and the supreme commander of the armed forces. The President is elected by the members of Parliament and the senators during a joint meeting. A President is elected once every five years. The Czech Republic practice parliamentary democracy in their governance. The Parliament of the Czech Republic is made up of two chambers – the House of Parliament and the Senate. Every citizen who is at least 18 years old is entitled to vote for candidates to the

  • Gypsies in the Czech Republic

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    Gypsies in the Czech Republic The Gypsies of the former Czechoslovakia have suffered ethnic marginalization dating back to their arrival in Eastern Europe over 700 years ago. The collapse of communism in Czechoslovakia, and other Eastern Europe countries created the necessary conditions for the ethnic mobilization of the Gypsies and other minorities. During communism minorities presence in Eastern Europe was not officially recognized. The transition from the socialist system to democracy

  • Pepsi and Coke in the Czech Republic

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    sporting and cultural events. Lastly, Romanians drink Coke because it is a powerful western symbol, which was once forbidden. Coke and Pepsi in The Czech Republic: The key to success in the Czech Republic is for both Coca-Cola and Pepsi to increase the annual consumption of soft drinks. Per capita consumption of beer, the national drink in the Czech Republic, exceeds that of soft drinks by 3 to 1(165 liters of beer per capita of beer versus 50 liters of soft-drinks). Both companies are trying to increase

  • Business in US and The Czech Republic

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    Business in US and The Czech Republic The purpose of this document is to present solutions and recommendations for Steve Kafka, an American of Czech origin and a franchisor for Chicago Style

  • European Union Policies and the Czech Republic

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    Czech Republic has gone through two major transformations in less than eleven years. In 1993, what was formerly known as Czechoslovakia, split into two separate countries. Both Czech Republic and Slovakia joined the European Union in 2004 along with eight other nations. Two EU policy issues that affected or continue to affect Czech Republic were the adoption of the euro and ratification of the Lisbon Treaty of 2009. Czech Republic’s president is anti-EU and this plays a significant role in showing

  • Post Communist Politics in Czech Republic

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    Post Communist Politics in Czech Republic Ten years after the revolution that brought down Communism in Czechoslovakia, the Czech Republic is still plagued by Leninist legacies that prevent it from transitioning fully into a successful liberal democracy. On the superficial level, it appears as though the Czech Republic is progressing well into the realm of a viable democracy. Its economy, thanks to the liberal policies of Vaclav Klaus, is arguably one of the strongest in the region.