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Czech and U.S. Companies Discus the Future of Autonomous Driving

The U.S. Embassy Prague in cooperation with the Ministry of Transportation, organized a round-table discussion on the future of autonomous driving. Ambassador King highlighted the role of a secure platform for digital communication and importance of this area for national security. Fifteen Czech and American companies provided insight into the technical, regulatory and policy issues ...
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Commercial Counsellor Sharkey welcomes NOW Foods supplements to the Czech Republic

Commercial Counsellor Christina Sharkey welcomed the launch of NOW Foods’ supplements in the Czech market at a press event at the Emblem Hotel in Prague. Zlatica Majercikova, NOW Foods International Business Development Manager for Eastern Europe, detailed NOW Foods long development process and extensive history alongside their most successful products. The event moderated by Petra ...
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Ambassador King Launches Seminar on “Transparent and Sustainable Healthcare”

Commercial Service of the U.S. Embassy Prague hosted a seminar organized by the Institute for Public Discussion on “Transparent and Sustainable Healthcare”. Ambassador Stephen King and Commercial Counselor Christina Sharkey gave remarks at the event where participants had an opportunity to hear presentations from top Czech medical specialists, including Josef Kautzner of IKEM, Ales Tomek of ...
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Commercial Section Organizes a Discussion on the SelectUSA Investment Summit

The U.S. Embassy Prague in cooperation with the Central Bohemia Region, organized a discussion on the SelectUSA Summit and market opportunities for Czech manufacturers and investors in the United States. Ambassador Stephen B. King highlighted the fact that the United States is world’s largest economy offering great business opportunities for Czech companies. Governor Pokorna Jermanova ...
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United States – Attractive Travel Destination

The U.S. Embassy Prague organized a discussion with representatives of Czech travel agents, U.S. hotels and airlines. The meeting focused on promoting the U.S. as an attractive tourist destination. Last year the number of Czech tourists travelling to the U.S. hit 100,000. The most popular destinations included New York, Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and ...
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