Central Banking

Czechs say fighting crisis a priority for EU reign

The Czech Republic will strive to enhance the transparency and stability of the European Union's (EU) financial system during its six-month presidency of the common market, Prague said on Tuesday.

The Czech government also said it will look to spur the development of human capital and dismantle trade barriers.

Mojmir Hampl, the deputy governor of the Czech National Bank, told CentralBankNews.com: "We cooperated in the preparation of these [economic] priorities for the Czech presidency. At the

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