The economic growth was the fastest since 2010.
Commercial investors lead the way as green building picks up
TESCO is not the only retail chain in Slovakia which has received fines amounting to one million euros. Kaufland has joined them in this category after being fined for mistakes in its store in Liptovský Mikuláš.
THE MARKET share of foodstuffs produced in Slovakia in the second half of 2015 was 62.5-percent, compared to the 62.4 percent posted in the first half of last year.
Critics cite need for more systemic changes.
Car production is still fuelling the growth of Slovak industry, recording a rise of 30.4 percent in December 2015.
THE STATE continues to allocate investment stimuli to companies: the cheese producer Syráreň Bel Slovensko and Jasplastik-SK should get a combined €5.3 million.
INVESTORS in Slovakia announced a record low number of public procurements in 2015, a total of 7,331, which is the least in last four years.
THE SLOVAK capital intends to repair 29 road sections with a total length of 37 kilometres by the start of Slovakia’s EU Presidency in July.
BANKING analysts agree that property prices in Slovakia increased last year, which indicates a gradual restoration of the market.
SLOVAK company AeroMobil is participating in the current edition of the World Government Summit (WGS) in Dubai.
While the first readings of the year from CEE industry are encouraging, the worrying signals from its dominant export markets emerge.
THE BLOOMBERG newswire listed Slovakia among 20 countries with the world’s most miserable economies.
FRENCH carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroën wants to stop the night shift in its plant in Poissy, close to Paris, reduce production and cut 850 jobs.
Old environmental burdens require action.
The power engineering company will build a heating block at a thermal power plant near Havana for €90 million.
Slovakia’s foreign trade generated a surplus of €3.357 billion in 2015.
A COMPANY called Unicorn Systems will create new IT jobs in Prešov soon, extending its portfolio with a new development centre on Kúpeľná Street.
Final call now in the hands of the government.
Slovakia as well as the European Commission have improved their economic forecasts.