Spectator on facebook

Spectator on facebook

BUSINESS SHORTS

Slovnaft posts net profit of Sk6.4 billion in 2006

Bratislava-based crude oil refiner Slovnaft earned a taxed profit of nearly Sk6.4 billion (€194 million) in 2006 when calculated according to international financial reporting standards.

Slovnaft's profit shrank by 31 percent compared to 2005. Shareholders will divide the profit at a general assembly on April 20. Slovnaft's majority shareholder is the Hungarian MOL group, which controls 98.4 percent of the company. Other legal entities hold 0.3 percent, and 1.3 percent of its shares is held by individual shareholders.

The processing of personal data is subject to our Privacy Policy and the Cookie Policy. Before submitting your e-mail address, please make sure to acquaint yourself with these documents.

Top stories

Denník N: Former journalist-turned-spy spied on journalists for Kočner

Peter Tóth denies the claims of the daily which cites "sources from the environment of criminal prosecution".

Peter Tóth

In Iceland, you can chase a reindeer to the end of the earth

Rock group Sigur Rós named each song on their new album after coordinates in Iceland. Here's where each coordinate leads.

Map of Iceland with Sigur Rós stops

Old cars dominate Slovak roads

Close to four out of ten cars registered are more than ten years old; the import of used cars has increased considerably in Slovakia.

Illustrative stock photo

When Daylight Saving Time is abolished, Slovakia will keep winter time

The Labour Ministry argues for keeping winter time once Daylight Saving Time is abolished but also points out the need of keep unity within the EU internal market.

Sunrises and sunsets will be more fixed around the year - and years, but maybe not within the EU.