New cards, new game
Around the world, the economy has split. Due to the pandemic, some sectors underwent unprecedented development, while others faced existential difficulties. To easily illustrate the opposites, take a look at e-commerce and the HoReCa industry. Each crisis brings an opportunity to deal the cards again. But what “cards” are Czech industry, the services segment or the government itself currently playing with? Will the Czech and European economies get back on their feet for the long term? What is the new economic status quo? Can the Czechia repay “pandemic” debts and make meaningful use of European Union support? Hear the answers to these questions and more from one of the leading economists in the Czech Republic, and for that matter Europe as a whole, Miroslav Singer, the former governor of the Czech National Bank, exclusively at the EASTLOG congress.