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Czech-german chamber of commerce nad its position in the German system of support of the external commertial relations
Vaculík, Pavel ; Kučera, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Mlsna, Petr (referee)
In Germany so-called three pillar system of export support has developed over the centuries. The Czech-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry is a part of the Foreign Chambers of Commerce, which is one of the key institutions of the system. It has become, over more than 20 years of its operation, the most important bilateral chamber of commerce in the Czech Republic. Institutions that are participating in the system of export support are encouraging elimination of obstacles, which are preventing entrepreneurs in their expansion to foreign markets. By offering of counseling and analytical services, the Czech-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry aims small businessmen, and tries to minimize the obstacles of their participation on the Czech-German economic exchange. By using the foundations of institutional economy and with the help of sources and literature defines this thesis the placement of the Czech-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry in the German system of export support. Alongside, it tries to prove the key position of the Chamber in the system of export support by analyzing competence, organizational structure and suggested services of other actors that are involved in the system of export support.
Division of the Czech foreign policy during Klaus's governments in a relationship to the integration into the European structures
Vaculík, Pavel ; Weiss, Tomáš (advisor) ; Šlosarčík, Ivo (referee)
This paper focuses on the Czech foreign policy in the relationship with the European integration between years 1992 and 1997. The Czech Republic shortly after its foundation has been going through the period of big changes and a formation of the constitutional use in the division of the competences in her foreign policy that led to the interference between the main actors about the interpretation of the assigned competences. In this paper are being researched and compared each concepts of European integration of the main participants of the Czech foreign policy and particular concepts of the main participants in the relationship to the European Union from year 1992 to 1997. In the first chapter are analyzed the particular competences of the main participants in the Czech foreign policy and the theory policy arena, that is instrumental in clarifying the process of the creation of the Czech European political agenda. In the main chapter are examined views of the main actors in the Czech foreign policy on the process of the European integration and the role of the Czech Republic in it. Among the most important participants are chosen President Václav Havel, Prime Minister Václav Klaus and foreign minister Josef Zieleniec. In the last analytical part this paper reaches the conclusion that in the...

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