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The Ministry of Finance enhances the transparency of macroeconomic forecasts

The Ministry of Finance strives for utmost transparency and unbiased and objective macroeconomic forecasts, it will therefore invite experts independent from Czech government institutions to evaluate its macroeconomic forecasts, until the adoption of aforementioned acts and the founding of Council for Budgetary Forecasts.

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Macroeconomic Forecast - January 2016

The Macroeconomic Forecast is prepared on a quarterly basis. It contains a forecast for the current and following years and for certain indicators an outlook for another 2 years.

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Macroeconomic Forecast - October 2015

The Macroeconomic Forecast is prepared on a quarterly basis. It contains a forecast for the current and following years and for certain indicators an outlook for another 2 years.

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Macroeconomic Forecast - July 2015

The Macroeconomic Forecast is prepared on a quarterly basis. It contains a forecast for the current and following years and for certain indicators an outlook for another 2 years.

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Fiscal Outlook of the Czech Republic (May 2015)

The Fiscal Outlook of the CR is published by the Department for Financial Policies MF CR with a half - year periodicity (published generally at the end of May and November).

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Survey of macroeconomic forecasts – April 2015

The 39th Colloquium took place in April 2015. Its results are based on the forecasts of 20 institutions. We thank all participating institutions for their cooperation.

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Macroeconomic Forecast - April 2015

The Macroeconomic Forecast is prepared on a quarterly basis. It contains a forecast for the current and following years and for certain indicators an outlook for another 2 years.

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Macroeconomic Forecast - January 2015

Real GDP increased by 0.4% QoQ in the third quarter of 2014 and a moderate recovery of economic activity therefore continued. We estimate that GDP increased by 2.4% last year and expect the economy to grow by 2.7% this year. In 2016, real GDP growth could slow down marginally to 2.5%.