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Bulgaria Tax agreement and international agreements With its new modernized logo and website, which has been completely moved, ITAKA is present on international markets and now aims for a double development via its website (ITAKASHOP.COM, 1st online karting sales site in Europe) and the upcoming opening of the first ITAKA SHOP stores. Since the early 2000s, every government has supported apprenticeships. The legal framework that enables and supports alternance vocational training has evolved over decades. The new Law clXXXVII of 2011 on Vocational Training and the legislation that followed introduced further requirements and amendments. Due to the decision of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the company cannot pursue alternance vocational training. Obtaining the first two vocational qualifications in the state-subsidised vocational training system is free of charge, the second (from 2015) can only be obtained in the field of adult education and training (after 25 years, the individual can only participate in adult education). In Czech, as in many other languages, a standard double negative is used in sentences with a negative pronoun or negative conjunction, with the verb also being denied (“nikdo nepřišel” = “no one came”, literally “no one came”. However, this double language is also transmitted to forms where the verbal copula is released and negation is related to the nominal form, and such an expression can be ambiguous: “nikdo nezraněn” (“healthy person”) can mean “healthy person” and “everyone healthy”. Similarly, “nepřítomen nikdo” (“no one is absent”) or “plánovány byly tři úkoly, nesplněn žádný” (“three tasks were planned, not unheard of”). [22] The phrase “všichni tam nebyli” (“not everyone was there”) does not mean “all absent”, but “there were not all of them” (= “absent at least one of them”). If everyone is absent, it should be said “nikdo tam nebyl” (“no one was there”).

[23] However, in many cases, a double, triple negative can really work in such a way that each negative removes the next negative, and such a sentence may be a square bracket and be incomprehensible to a less attentive or less intelligent recipient. Z.B the sentence “Nemohu se nikdy neoddávat nečinnosti” (“I can never indulge in inaction”) contains 4 negations and it is very disconcerting to know which of them produce a “double negative” and which of them are eliminated from each other. These confusing sentences can then diplomatically mitigate or blur refusal or unpleasant information, or even approval, but to the detriment of readability: “nelze nevidět” (“impossible to see”), “nejsem nespokojen” (“I am not unhappy”), “není nezajímavý” (“es/ he is not uninteresting”), “nemohu nesouhlasit” (“I cannot contradict”). In recent years, the Chamber has become a key player in vocational training and, through several agreements with the government, plays a predominant role in the design of qualifications (development of standards, curricula and examination procedures), the organisation of vocational training examinations and quality assurance. . . .