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Opposition MP: Slovakia a black hole for foreign investors again
13 Feb 2014 Flash News
Slovakia is becoming a black hole for foreign investors again, Independent MP and former Economy Minister Juraj Miškov said February 12, commenting on the latest statistics issued by the central bank (NBS).
In comparison, the neighbouring Czech Republic posted a positive inflow of direct foreign investments of more than €3 billion over the same period, he added.
Most of the foreign investments in Slovakia end up in western Slovakia or the vicinity of the capital, with foreign resources avoiding most troubled areas in the north, centre and east of the country.
"Slovakia is becoming - similarly as during the era of [former Prime Minister Vladimír] Mečiar – a black hole for foreign investments,” he said.
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