Only four Slovak companies among top 10.
The rules became stricter particularly after the financial crisis, but there is room for fighting tax evasion.
The state adopts several measures to curb room for tax evasion, but the effect of some is questioned.
The results of international tests support the critics of schools created to take the most talented pupils.
The Slovak Spectator addressed six banks in Slovakia, asking them what documents foreigners need to open an account in a Slovak bank.
Which stereotypes about BSCs are true and which are just myths?
Slovak Michaela Musilová will be part of a five-member crew to attend the simulated Mars mission. She plans to promote her country as much as possible.
A young Swede, angered by long queues at the Foreigners’ Police, designed a draft booking system to solve the problem.
Instead of adopting “the largest education reform in the past 25 years”, the Education Ministry quickly made several changes to its operation in late 2017.
Political analysts offer their expectations for the starting year and sum up 2017.
Economic experts agree that since no analysis counts with hard Brexit, a no deal scenario would be a step into the unknown.
Several changes are underway concerning the work of immigration authorities, particularly concerning highly-skilled immigrants, but the question is whether they will work.
The four cooling towers are expected to be removed until the end of 2018.
The state postpones the construction of a new utility in Jaslovské Bohunice, claiming there is no need for it.
Observers say diplomatic performance has had a great impact on the results.
But there are still several questions that need to be answered in order for the planned projects to be successful.
Despite the positive results of the feasibility study, its necessity remains questionable.