The newly elected Board of the Czech Member Association CAHP presented its economic outlook for 2023: The GDP is expected to fall by 1.1%, average inflation will reach 8.5%.
The energy crisis, problems in supply chains and high inflation – these are three fundamental factors that affected the Czech economy last year and will continue to affect it this year as well. The originally expected recovery after the covid pandemic did not occur, and the country, on the contrary, had to deal with a recession. This will continue in the first half of 2023; a slight recovery could occur in the second half of the year.
Members of the new elected board are:
|Mr. Čadan, Global Product Management, Argo-Hytos|
Chairman of CAHP board, commercial matters
Mr.Tlustoš, Leader of Sales Technical Support, Bosch Rexroth
|Doc. Ing. Petr Heřmánek, Ph.D., Czech Agriculture University|
Vice-chairman for Schools and Universities
Mr. Jáchym, Design Department Leader
Finances, info from the CSSS (superior body CAHP, finances and balance sheets)
|Mr. Jan Vaníček, Sales Manager and Mr. Perník Development and Design Department Hydraulics, Argo-Hytos|
Educational Seminar guarantors
Mr. Vladimír Perník, Development and Design Department Hydraulics, Jihostroj a.s.
Educational Seminar guarantor
Secretary of Czech Machinery Association