Czech Republic - Country Commercial Guide
Licensing Requirements
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The Czech Republic is an open economy and there are no major limitations on selling U.S. services in the country. In some cases, limitations may occur in specific grants or tenders, especially regarding the requirement to have an established office in the Czech Republic or European Union countries. Some sectors, including banking, financial services, insurance, or media have certain limitations or registration requirements, and foreign entities need to register their permanent branches in the Czech Commercial Register. Some professions, such as architects, physicians, lawyers, and tax advisors, require membership in the appropriate professional chamber. These licensing and membership requirements apply equally to foreign and domestic professionals.

For further information on EU licensing requirements for professional services, please refer to Doing Business in the European Union: 2022 Country Commercial Guide for U.S. Companies.