The Social Democrats top all election surveys ahead of the upcoming early general election. The party, which has spent the last seven years in opposition, promises voters economic growth; they want to icrease government spending and invest more into health care, education and other fields. All this is to be paid for by, among other things, higher taxes. In this edition of Marketplace, I discuss the Social Democrat’s economic policies with the party’s economic expert and shadow finance minister Jan Mládek.


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