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Deka to acquire stakes in CTP parks for EUR 460m
Developer CTP Invest has entered into a transaction with German Deka Immobilien worth EUR 460m. the transaction covers several industrial parks: CTPark Plzeň, CTPark Prague North and CTPark Teplice. The German institutional investor will acquire ownership stakes in the parks and the Czech industrial developer will continue to manage and operate the portfolio under the CTPark brand, consisting of 36 fully leased A class properties with 50+ tenants. 

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Škoda Transportation supplies 14 trams to Turkey
Plzeň-based Škoda Transportation has supplied 14 ForCity Classic low-threshold trams worth over EUR 26m to the Turkish city of Eskisehir. The trams are equipped with traction batteries thanks to which the Turkish operator will be able to operate them on a more than one-kilometre-long section without a catenary that the city is planning to build. The supplied trams underwent trial operation without passengers and have now started carrying the first passengers.

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Krasimira Stoyanova is the executive head of Saab Technologies
Krasimira Stoyanova holds the position of the executive head of Saab Technologies, according to the Commercial Register. The position was registered with the Commercial Register as of September 13, 2018.

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FORTUM win project in Plzen

Fortum eNext has been selected to carry out a boiler refurbishment project at Plzeň, power plant in Czech Republic. The contract with Plzeňská Energetika a.s. for renewal of the existing combustion system, including installation of low-NOx burners and renovation of the flue gas system of boiler K3 was signed on 23 October, 2018.

The main target of the refurbishment is to reduce NOx emissions from the lignite fired boiler to make it meet European emission norms.  

The solution to be delivered is based on primary reduction methods, i.e. the key will be to prevent formation of NOx in the combustion process. This brings a significant benefit for the customer in the long run, as there will be no increase in the operating costs, which would be the case with only using secondary measures for reduction of NOx emissions.

The project has already started its design phase and the actual work at the site will  take place during summer 2019, with the final project hand over planned for early 2020.

"Fortum has a long history and experience in providing solutions to reduce emissions, enabling our customers to meet the ever tightening environmental regulations. Our expertise will allow the Plzeň power plant to do just that and simultaneously improve its performance", summarizes Kari Lahti, Head of Environmental Performance, Fortum eNext. 

"Our first international project to reduce emissions was conducted in Czech Republic in 1994 and we see that we can still do a lot with our partners in Central and Eastern Europe to work together towards a cleaner world," he concludes.

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Bisnode: 21.18% of companies in CR are inactive
There are 102,913 inactive, or sleeping, companies in CR, i.e. 21.18% of all companies. Of the total, 57,067 sleeping companies are based in Prague. The share of inactive companies is 5.75 p.p. higher among limited liability companies than among joint-stock companies. The analysis by Bisnode Czech Republic also indicates that the highest share of sleeping firms is registered in support activities of business (42.42%), tourism (41.61%), cleaning work (41.24%) and arrangement of unspecialised wholesale and unspecialised wholesale by proxy (39.97%).
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Škoda Transportation to supply trains to Germany
Plzeň rail car manufacturer ŠkodaTransportation has secured European certificate TSI for high-speed trains forlocomotives 109E3 and two-floor high-speed cars for MNE (Munich – Nurnberg Express)type trains in Germany. The homologation process should be completed at thestart of 2019. The company also said that it has manufactured for Germanoperator Deutsche Bahn Regio two high-capacity two-floor trains includinglocomotives. The trains will transport their first passengers in spring 2019. Thetrains will operate at a maximum speed of 190 km/h.

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Volvo Cars and Baidu join forces to develop and manufacture autonomous driving cars
Volvo Cars has reached an agreement with Baidu, the leading Chinese internet search provider, to jointly develop electric and fully autonomous drive-compatible cars with the aim of mass producing them for China, the largest car market in the world.

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YIT completes shell structures in Vinohrady
Developer YIT completed the rough structures of theKoru Vinohradská apartment building and the fourth stage of Lahti within theemerging large residential area of Suomi Hloubětín. Koru Vinohradská will offer59 low-energy flats, of which more than half are already sold. Of the 104 unitsof the Lahti stage of the Suomi Hloubětín project, less than 30 are left to bepurchased.

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Bisnode: No. of cos. in CR increased to 489,389
A total of 22,896 new companies were created in the Czech Republic in 2018 by the end of 3Q, down 1,103 y/y . At the same time the ratio between companies that were created or which ceased to exist is growing. This information was published by Bisnode Česká republika. The overall number of companies increased by 13,771 to 489,389. Of this total, 462,945 were limited liability companies and 26,444 were joint stock companies.

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SECURITAS ČR: ÚVN-VFN awards public contract
Central Military Hospital - Military Teaching Hospital Prague (ÚVN-VFN) awarded the public contract for Physical Security of Property and Persons at Central Military Hospital - Military Teaching Hospital Prague II to SECURITAS ČR. The total end value of the contract is CZK 34.27m.

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