Czech Republic’s economy will report 3.7% growth for 2018. Subsequently,
the GDP’s dynamism will slow down to 3.2% in 2019 and in the medium-term
horizon to 2.5%. This stems from the final report of the International
Monetary Fund (IMF) in the Czech Republic. According to the survey, no
major imbalances exist in the Czech economy now. Employment is growing
rapidly and unemployment has reached the lowest value in the EU.
According to IMF, the high wage growth rate is natural in the environment of
high demand for labour force.