Living standards in the Czech Republic dropped slightly last year as compared to the original 15 eurozone countries, with the country’s per capita GDP dropping to 74.1 percent of the EU average, the Czech Statistics Office reported. The figure had been at 75 percent for the three previous years. Czech households recorded the third consecutive decrease in net incomes last year. According to Czech Finance Ministry estimates living standards in the Czech Republic are expected to see moderate growth again this year.
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