Corruption remains to be a problem, companies say.
Seven different stories of German investments in Slovakia.
New legislation keeps a controversial tariff paid by electricity producers
The oldest water sports club in Slovakia organises a kayak school for the public.
Possible increase of tariffs on European cars imported to the US would hurt Slovakia
The historical town hall in Bratislava’s Prievoz from the Functionalism period will be restored
Paintings, archive wine and vintage cars also appeal to Slovak investors
Bratislava offers a range of ice cream shops offering traditional as well as innovative flavours like pineapple with radish shoots or violet.
The popularity of outdoor cinemas is increasing in Bratislava
The versatile athlete Imi Lichtenfeld finally has a memorial plaque in the Slovak capital.
Souvenir banknotes have become a collectors’ phenomenon in Slovakia.
Travel agency shows traces of communism as well as how the city is changing now.
The European Union is working on new legislation addressing taxation in a sharing economy.
Uber, Airbnb and booking.com are obliged to pay taxes in Slovakia, but they do not do so.
Pressburg replaced the occupied coronation town of Székesfehérvár.
This year Bratislava will recall the coronation of Leopold II, the younger son of Maria Theresa.
Mlynica is an excellent example of successful conversion of unused industrial building.
The average wage costs per Slovak employee accounts for only 44 percent of the EU average.
The Jewish Community Museum pays a tribute to its initiator.
While insurance companies claim that the new tax will increase insurance prices, the Finance Ministry does not see any reason for it.