Construction law (finally) passed, Logicor in Błonie

After years of bickering and legislative dead ends, the new Czech construction law has passed, with the lower house of parliament overturning the Senate's veto. The only thing standing in the way of the bill becoming law is the signature of the country's president. Its primary goal is to reduce the time it takes investors to secure a construction permit from years months by centralizing the review process in state rather than local construction offices. At the moment, it takes at least as long to get a permit as it took the government of prime minister . . .



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