Sales in Czech glass industry rise by 160% since 1990s

Glass and customs jewellery production remains a significant industry in the Czech Republic and its sales have grown by 160 percent since the 1990s, according to a study carried out by the Technical University in Liberec.

The structure of the glass industry has nevertheless changed over the past 20 years, study co-author Vlastimil Hotar said."Glass means not only drinking glasses, utility glass, decoration glass and lighting glass, but also glass fibres, glass packaging and flat glass," Hotar said.A majority of the public associates the glass industry mainly with traditional production of utility glass, which accounted for 55 percent of Czech glass output in early 1990s.Read more here. Glass and customs jewellery production remains a significant industry in the Czech Republic and its sales have grown by 160 percent since the 1990s, according to a study carried out by the Technical University in Liberec.  

The structure of the glass industry has nevertheless changed over the past 20 years, study co-author Vlastimil Hotar said.

"Glass means not only drinking glasses, utility glass, decoration glass and lighting glass, but also glass fibres, glass packaging and flat glass," Hotar said.

A majority of the public associates the glass industry mainly with traditional production of utility glass, which accounted for 55 percent of Czech glass output in early 1990s.

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Date: 17 October 2013
Source: www.praguemonitor.com

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