Over the past 15 years, the ratio of foreign direct investment (FDI) per capita to GDP in the Czech Republic has stood at 4.41 percent. This article forecasts FDI to remain high in the Czech Republic for years to come due to the country’s strength in transportation infrastructure, its low personal income tax rate, and its least demanding conditions for investment incentives compared to those in the other Visegrad Four countries.
Skellington, Carlie, "An Analysis of Inward Foreign Direct Investment Determinants in the Czech Republic" (2016). Volume 34 - Post-Communist Reform in the Czech Republic: Progress and Problems (2016). 3.