The new edition of the Investment Advisory Guide with a Real Estate section aspires to provide readers with all of the information in a balanced manner and to enable them to see the whole picture of the current situation of the business environment in Slovakia, and what really appears to be a challenging and complex situation.

Slovakia’s proximity to major European countries, its role as a logistics crossroads, a well-trained and productive labour force, eurozone membership, traditions in engineering and a well developed sub-supplier network are among the advantages business leaders cite. However, lower overall taxes and payroll taxes, deregulation and more predictability would make doing business easier and would potentially lead to more jobs. The newest edition will be your key to understanding the Slovak business environment and its challenges.

The 72-page publication Investment Advisory Guide 2013/2014 also addresses real estate, which is affected by the unfavourable economic situation both in Slovakia and abroad. Furthermore, readers can find the most important investment and real estate highlights from the last year.

Investment Advisory Guide 2012/2013 presents many tables with statistics, including regional comparisons of wages, unemployment rates and economic activity. The publication also contains a review of the largest companies in Slovakia within each of the country’s eight regions. Readers are provided with up-to-date contact information for consulting companies, developers, real estate agencies, architectural services, construction firms as well as a special table describing law firms in Slovakia and the major cases they have handled.

Table of Contents: Investment Guide 2013/2014

Investment Advisory Guide 2012/2013 is available directly in the reception of Petit Press at Lazaretská 12 in Bratislava, at our online shop, and at selected shop locations of Interpress, Mediaprint Kapa and Panta Rhei.

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