Notable investments only flow from Switzerland to Slovakia, not vice versa.
There are no statistics on forced and unforced relationships with self-employed persons in Slovakia.
The cost of recreational vouchers and other new duties may emerge as a problem in times of recession.
The country has to foster robust partnerships among researchers, academia and the industrial and public sectors, says EC’s Vice President Maroš Šefčovič.
Action plan will support buyers and infrastructure and allow the use of special registration plates, lanes, zones and parking lots.
Slovak hauliers can employ more than 2,500 new drivers now.
People still play an important role in logistics.
Some startups are interested in innovations that reduce negative impacts on the environment.
There are about 800 electric vehicles in Slovakia.
Companies operating in Slovakia can benefit from state subsidies, EU resources and venture capital funds.
No one invested a cent in scientific infrastructure between 1989 and when EU funds arrived, says Dušan Galusek.
Low-income households gets the opportunity for a better life.
Lowest wage impacts the population and firms differently.
Opportunities for further development are in the sectors such as automotive and strategic shared services centres.
Americans still perceive Slovakia as a successful reform and integration story.
Companies do not need to establish a local company to expand in Germany.
Several firms anchored their place in the German market.
But smokers are not changing tobacco for new, healthier nicotine products yet.
The number of new distrainment proceedings keeps falling.
Two registers of beneficial owners create unnecessary administrative burden in Slovakia, lawyers think.