Electricity prices will shrink by 1 percent and gas prices by 3.6 percent by 2016.
Over 60 kilometres of the cross-country highway connecting Bratislava and Košice are still missing.
THE GLOBAL gender gap report by the World Economic Forum placed Slovakia as 97th out of 145 countries surveyed.
In general, state aid is prohibited by the EU law. However, there are certain exceptions to this general rule, one of them being provision of regional state aid aimed at supporting the economic development and…
Not only internationally known brands have their place in the ranking of the top largest lawyers in Slovakia.
THE PRIVATE rail passenger carrier RegioJet is abandoning the prime Bratislava-Košice route, complaining about unfair competition and below-cost fares from the state-owned rail carrier Železničná Spoločnosť…
THE VOLUME of loans provided to households grew by 13 percent on a year-on-year basis in the first three quarters of 2015.
THE PERCEPTION of the business environment by entrepreneurs has worsened slightly again in the third quarter of 2015.
THE PAROPLYN Holdings Limited company does not agree with the recent amendment to a law related to the heating industry and plans to address the due authorities, asking them to cancel it.
SLOVAK nurses dissatisfied with how the Health Ministry has dealt with complaints about pay and working conditions started to hand in their resignations on November 25.
THE CONSTRUCTION of the new main bus station at Bratislava’s Mlynské Nivy may be completed in the end of 2019.
NON-BANKING companies active in Slovakia violate several rules when they offer loans to clients.
DRIVERS will no longer have to place toll stickers on their windscreen in order to drive on highways in Slovakia. As of January 2016 they will be replaced by an electronic version.
Introduction of electronic tax filing and payment has moved Slovakia up in the Paying Taxes ranking, but the tax burden of Slovak businesses is 10 percent higher when compared internationally.
Private rail passenger carrier RegioJet will stop running trains on the Bratislava-Košice route.
KOŠICE, the metropolis in eastern Slovakia has been expanding in some areas, and one of them is undoubtedly the IT sector.
HIGH phone fees after a holiday or business trip abroad will see an end: from mid-2017, fees for roaming within the European Union are to be scrapped ultimately.
Some sections of Slovak highways have insufficient or virtually no signal coverage.
Once limited to attacking the Android OP, Apple phones are now a target.
Health care and education budgets questioned.