Survey Request: Competitiveness of Czech Economic Policy 2013

The AmCham is conducting its 2013 Survey on the Competitiveness of Czech Economic Policy. This survey intends to identify competitive advantages and disadvantages and will be used to craft a set of economic priorities to be presented to the government. It will be compared with the outcome of the 2009 and 2011 survey, as well as the results from three other CE countries- Croatia, Romania, and Slovenia- which are joining the report this year.

We would greatly appreciate if you would 1) complete the survey as soon as possible and 2) asking business partners to also complete it. The deadline for completing the survey is May 10.

The survey consists of 20 questions, and should take about 15-20 minutes to answer. All answers will be confidential and results will be used only in aggregate.

This year, in order to make it easier for executives and entrepreneurs to complete, we have divided the survey into three parts. The first part will cover general competitiveness. The second part will cover good governance (regulatory framework and public administration). The third part will cover economic policy (physical infrastructure, human capital, and fiscal/monetary policy).

The complete survey and analysis will be made available to all members of the AmCham and other companies which participate in the survey.

Thank you for participating in this survey.

If you have any questions related to the survey please contact Veronika Szentiványiová at

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