15 May 2000 PRAGUE-The Czech Republic has quickly become the darling of foreign investors. Once criticized for lagging behind Hungary and Poland, over the last two years the country has received a record amount of investment, surprisingly beating out its former Soviet bloc counterparts. The arrival of Philips in the Moravian town of Hranice is […]

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