(Final report of 2016)
(Praha, March 24, 2017) The Czech Trade Inspection Authority regularly inspects whether vendors discriminate consumers in any manner. In 2016, it carried out 1,412 inspections, including 19 cases in which discriminative conduct was detected. It was the same number as in 2015. “CTIA inspections most frequently saw nationality based discrimination when for example English speaking customers were billed higher prices than Czech consumers in restaurants. Inspection results indicate that discriminative conducts didn’t decrease last year. This is why the CTIA has scheduled discrimination focused inspections for this year as well,” said Mojmír Bezecný, the Director General of the Czech Trade Inspection Authority.
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