Cheap mortgages still attract clients, but the new rules set by the central bank may change the current situation.
Jana Dubovcová talks about her performance as ombudswoman, and the topics that remain for her successor.
The Slovak Spectator reviews some of the cases which Ombudswoman Jana Dubovcová has cited in her reports.
SaS points to the increasing influence of the financial group Penta in the health sector; the company says it is only trying to improve the quality of health care.
Scarce promotion among primary school pupils and their parents, and insufficient financial motivation for companies are among the most cited reasons of why the system struggles.
It is hard to say how the current geopolitical situation will impact automotive industry contractors, but for now their situation is good.
Graduates from medical and technical schools top the list of students moving abroad. But family ties is a strong factor for returning back.
Several measures to tackle tax avoidance passed at the EU level, coming here soon.
Leaked recovery plan for public health insurer prompts Fico to intervene.
Immigration authorities would welcome more than one client point in the capital, but the Interior Ministry does not have such plans.
Not our problem, say police, who blame ‘cultural specifics’ and ‘habits’ of foreigners.
Road infrastructure has the biggest impact on building activities.
EC says its role is to monitor safety, not quality – but Slovaks want the same as Austrians, says minister.
GDP grew slightly less than in 2015, mostly due to lower use of EU funds.
Danko calls out coalition crisis, will get to design new energy distribution policy.
Slovaks become more curious about the work of craftspeople, says Manik, organiser of events focusing on handmade work.
Three candidates are seeking the position currently held by Jana Dubovcová.