The growth of the Czech economy will most likely continue to slow
down closer to 2.0% due to weaker demand from abroad in 2020.
This was predicted by Jakub Seidler, the chief economist of ING
Bank for the Czech Republic. CZECH FUND’s head economist Lukáš
Kovanda expects a slowdown to 2.2% primarily due to a slowdown
of the Chinese and German economy and due to a growth in global
protectionism. Komerční banka economist Michal Brožka said that
a weaker output of the economy will be caused by a slowdown of
the Czech industry, however, the consumption of households, the
current driver of the economy, will not grow as fast as in the past.
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