Only 134 homeowners in the first round and 62 in the second applied for a subsidy via the insulation programme.
While self-sufficient in milk, beef, poultry, eggs and sugar, sector lags in pork, fruits and vegetables.
Biggest challenges: investments, human resources and expansion into new markets.
The French are known for their food, but not in Slovakia.
National agency directly chose GlobalTel and Swan Mobile, companies that also supply the whole public information system, for the new investment.
Payment schemes exist in Hungary and Romania where schools offer free education only to students with the best results.
Slovakia seeks more gas connections with neighbours.
A total of 20 whistleblowers applied for protection and five protection performances expired between early 2015 and late September 2016.
While no one is using a one-year-old terminal near Žilina, the state begins building another one for the new automotive plant near Nitra.
The labour market requires new blood and workers from outside of the EU could be the way to revive it, experts say
The more robust economy and legislative changes had a positive impact on the year-on-year increase of tax revenues in 2015.
The number of employers, schools and students joining the dual education system has doubled in its second year, as some German companies introduced their own projects.
Weak networks and emphasis on consumerism hinder children from obtaining proper knowledge.
New amendment cuts fines for driving on toll roads without e-sticker to €150 and introduces restriction that fines can only come once per month.
Automotive and supporting industries classify Slovakia among the most energy intensive countries in the EU, experts say.
Drug reform in 2011 was meant to boost transparency, but not all pharmaceutical companies have followed through.
The Slovak business sphere provides sufficient infrastructure, location and business friendliness, but lacks customers and employees.