Weak networks and emphasis on consumerism hinder children from obtaining proper knowledge.
New amendment cuts fines for driving on toll roads without e-sticker to €150 and introduces restriction that fines can only come once per month.
Automotive and supporting industries classify Slovakia among the most energy intensive countries in the EU, experts say.
Drug reform in 2011 was meant to boost transparency, but not all pharmaceutical companies have followed through.
The Slovak business sphere provides sufficient infrastructure, location and business friendliness, but lacks customers and employees.
Though demand for native speakers from the UK remains high, the supply lags behind as natives prefer to teach at home, in Slovakia's neighbouring countries, or in exotic countries.
Experts discuss flood risks, supply, treatment of wastewater and information systems.
Belgian and Dutch firms talk about advantages of doing business in Slovakia, the problems they see in Slovak business environment, and factors that affect Belgian and Dutch companies to launch a business in Slovakia…
Groups of fans meet and hunt together for well-known cartoon creatures in cities around Slovakia.
As Finance Ministry looks to boost revenues, industry calls planned levy unfair, non-sensical.
But state still needs more transparency.
Though Slovakia is among Europe's least invested in R&D, authorities now propose to take yet more money Academy of Sciences.
For the last two years the government worked with funds beyond the budget, although they were not officially forecast.
Requirement of 10-year residency for foreigners violates common market regulations.
Low prices have seen distribution companies sell supplies abroad for bigger profits.
Residents of municipalities outside Bratislava -- Bernolákovo, Chorvátsky Grob, Vajnory -- are petitioning against proposed changes to the Triblavina intersection plan.
Firms can engage in sponsorship or showcase products during 22 ministerial meetings and 200 other events.