The Czech Republic boasts one of the region’s most prosperous and industrialized economies. The country’s strategic location, well-developed infrastructure, and skilled labor force attracts strong flows of foreign direct investment (FDI). There is high demand for U.S. products and services, which are known for their good quality and advanced technology. Economic growth was a robust 6% in 2005-2007, dropping to 4% in 2008. In 2009 and 2010, the Czech Republic felt the impact of the global economic slowdown with growth dropping to negative numbers. However, in 2011 the growth went back up to estimated 2.5%.
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