April 10 (Bloomberg) -- Czech ministers whose portfolios relate to the economy agreed today on measures to narrow next year’s budget deficit, the state-run CTK newswire reported, citing an unidentified person.
Agreeing on budget steps is a condition set by Prime Minister Petr Necas for preserving the three-party ruling coalition, the newswire said. The deal must be confirmed by the leaders of the three ruling parties at a meeting later today, it said.
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