Tuan Vuong


The Czech Republic has enjoyed bouyant economic growth for several years, but there are signs that the traditional advantages of the Czech economy are slowly fading.  It is therefore crucial for the country to find new ways to secure future growth, reports Deutsche Welle.

Reuters sheds light on an under-reported facet of Czech life: personal debt. Nearly 10% of the adult population are in serious financial difficulties. On the other side of the Czech personal coin, residential property prices have been soaring, but a slowdown may be on the cards, reckons ING.

The Czech prime minister delays promised tax cuts citing budgetary constraints.

Our illustration is from a set of designs for new Czech bank notes by Tuan Vuong, a student at UMPRUM, the Acadamy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague.