Peter Adamovsky

Peter Adamovsky

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Slovakia shoulders a heavier tax-levy burden than most, experts opine

The Slovak tax system is more generous to families than to single persons.11. Oct 2019, at 6:30

In the field of corporate taxation, Slovakia ranks among the most burdened of OECD countries.

Future economic crisis should not affect US investment

About 45,000 people currently work in US companies in Slovakia.26. Aug 2019, at 13:13

.S. Steel Košice is going through a difficult period in business.

US companies do not want to leave

Several US companies like to invest in R&D.26. Aug 2019, at 13:12

The car seat producer Adient runs a technology centre in Trenčín.

German subsidiaries: We have trust of parent companies

Survey of German companies in Slovakia with the focus on R&D22. Jul 2019, at 14:28

Car production in Volkswagen Slovakia in Bratislava.

German owners give Slovak subsidiaries more power

There are more than 40 R&D centres in engineering and the automotive sector in Slovakia.22. Jul 2019, at 14:27

T-Systems Slovakia in Košice

New premises may draw more congresses to Slovakia

The country constantly struggles with its proximity to well-known European cities.24. Jun 2019, at 19:35

Incheba Expo Bratislava can hold events for up to 4,500 participants.

Are Slovakia’s anti-bureaucratic packages simply a consolation?

The third package focuses on the digitalisation of starting a business, while the fourth is in the preparation stage.4. Jun 2019, at 21:00

Red tape remains one of the biggest obstacles for doing business in Slovakia, according to various rankings.

The Iron Lady of Slovakia

One of Slovakia’s best finance ministers helped prepare Slovakia to join the European Union.21. May 2019, at 11:55

Brigita Schmögnerová

Trade relations with Switzerland remain small fry

Notable investments only flow from Switzerland to Slovakia, not vice versa.5. Apr 2019, at 6:30

One Swiss company active in Slovakia is the technology company ABB.

Is cooperation with the self-employed illegal?

There are no statistics on forced and unforced relationships with self-employed persons in Slovakia.11. Mar 2019, at 11:00

New vouchers re-spark red tape controversy

The cost of recreational vouchers and other new duties may emerge as a problem in times of recession.14. Feb 2019, at 13:16

Businesses are complaining about more red tape.

New alliance will catch the fast-moving battery wave

The country has to foster robust partnerships among researchers, academia and the industrial and public sectors, says EC’s Vice President Maroš Šefčovič.14. Jan 2019, at 6:30

Commissioner Maroš Šefčovič would like to see battery production in Slovakia.

New support for e-cars to reduce pollution

Action plan will support buyers and infrastructure and allow the use of special registration plates, lanes, zones and parking lots.7. Jan 2019, at 13:25

Some leave the car to charge and go shopping.

In search of people for logistics

Slovak hauliers can employ more than 2,500 new drivers now.17. Dec 2018, at 6:30

Truck drivers in Slovakia earn less than those working in Germany or the Czech Republic.

Technology does not force people out of logistics

People still play an important role in logistics.10. Dec 2018, at 16:00

Warehouses are starting to implement new technology.

The rise of clean technologies in Slovakia

Some startups are interested in innovations that reduce negative impacts on the environment.26. Nov 2018, at 6:30

Slovnaft's bright yellow bikes are hard to miss in Bratislava.

E-cars are waiting for the right moment

There are about 800 electric vehicles in Slovakia.26. Nov 2018, at 6:30

How does Slovakia support innovations?

Companies operating in Slovakia can benefit from state subsidies, EU resources and venture capital funds.15. Nov 2018, at 7:20

Science in Slovakia is underfunded, lagging behind other European countries.

Slovak glass scientist succeeded in EU schemes

No one invested a cent in scientific infrastructure between 1989 and when EU funds arrived, says Dušan Galusek.2. Nov 2018, at 12:30

Illustrative stock photo

Slovaks experience boom in income

Low-income households gets the opportunity for a better life.3. Oct 2018, at 6:30

Employees of the Sereď-based returns centre of Amazon recently received salary increases.