To maintain the competitiveness, the Slovak government must support digitising the economy and take a positive stance towards the ICT sector, according to experts.
Future financing of highway construction remains in question.
As a small country, Slovakia should focus on projects that go beyond its borders .
The first edition of the Slovak-English map of industrial monuments in Bratislava was sold out within two weeks.
Minsters confirm talks over possible sale of Košice plant.
Germanist Jozef Tancer wrote a book, Untangled Tongues, about the phenomenon of multilingualism in historical Bratislava.
Independence of regulator questioned after PM’s overtly ‘political’ intervention.
Waste sorting and recycling are still challenges in Slovakia.
Yet lack of qualified labour remains a challenge.
City council plans to limit the height of new buildings, and restrict sites via zoning.
So far, three cases of the avian flu have been registered.
While it is possible to buy amateur pyrotechnics, people using them risk a fine in the capital.
This year the New Year’s Eve festivities will be centralised on Hviezdoslavovo Square.
Open skating rinks are in Old Town; it is also possible to skate in ice stadiums.
While Bratislava will collect the fee, Košice does not yet plan to do so.
Slovak studio Compass will design new residential project on premises of iconic former factory.
U.S. Steel allegedly wants €1.5 billion for its plant in Košice.