(ČIA) Companies are dissatisfied with the implementation of support programs. This follows from a survey by the Czech-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ČNOPK), whose members rated the government as a poorer grade of C for the implementation of the programs. According to the respondents, the support does not come fast enough and often not at all. They are now demanding more certainty from the government for their planning, a clear business cycle program and also better coordination with neighboring countries. ČNOPK further stated that a quarter of companies report high losses during the coronavirus crisis and about a tenth are at risk of continuing to exist. Most companies expect a return to normal in 2021.