Briefly guide through the basic areas of agriculture, plant and livestock production, food, water and forest management, soil protection, agricultural research and education, agrarian trade and the subordinate organisations of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic.
This publication presents the research organisations within the competence of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic (hereafter also as Ministry of Agriculture or MoA), which have the status of a research organisation according to the Framework for State aid for research and development and innovation (2014/C 198/01) on the basis of Commission Regulation (EU) No. 651/2014. These are 9 research organisations established by the Ministry of Agriculture and 11 private research organisations.
The publication (in English, Russian and Chinese) presents Czech traditional and key agricultural and food technologies and agriculture machinery from the point of view of export potential. The aim of this brochure that is designated especially for foreign trading partners is to deepen the business relations in these sectors with the Czech Republic and to spread the good name of Czech technologies and machinery on the global scale.
The brochure represents four Czech universities and their faculties that are agriculturally, forestry and veterinary targeted. In order to provide a basic overview of the offer of study for foreign students the texts include information about fields of study of relevant faculties, their ongoing international cooperation and successful examples of technology transfer.
The publication (in English, Russian, Chinese and Japanese) presents Czech traditional and key agricultural and food products from the point of view of export potential. The aim of this brochure that is designated especially for foreign trading partners is to deepen the business relations in the area of agricultural products and foodstuffs with the Czech Republic and to spread the good name of Czech beverages and food products on the global scale.
Publication issued in cooperation with the Czech Beer and Malt Association focused to make foreign public familiar with a tradition of beer brewing in the Czech Republic. It provides essential information about the history and present of beer production in the Czech Republic and its uniqueness worldwide. The publication aims to spread awareness about the uniqueness of the Czech beer abroad and is therefore also published in eleven foreign language versions.