ECONOMIC BRIEFS

Slovak exports up 13.2% p.a.

For the first eight months of 1997, total exports reached 195.33 billion Sk and increased by 13.2 percent p.a., the ŠÚSR announced. The highest growth was seen in exports to Germany, Poland (both by 29.6 percent) and to Austria (by 27.5 percent). The highest decline was seen in exports to the Czech Republic (by 3.7 percent) and to China (by 71.4 percent). The Czech Republic attracted the largest portion of Slovak exports (27 percent), followed by Germany (23.4 percent) and Austria (6.8 percent). Exports to EU states took a 45.5 percent bite of total exports, increasing by 25 percent year-to-year. Exports to OECD countries made up 85.8 percent of total Slovak exports, a year-on-year increase of 14.8 percent.

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

Courageous pensioner, Roma from Moldava and victims of totalitarian regime awarded for courage

White Crow awards were handed out on the anniversary of the Velvet Revolution.

White Crows 2019

Crossing the Slovak-Austrian border has never become a matter of course for me

How I ran for Mária Rozmaňová who was killed on the border in 1952.

About 50 people ran on November 17 to commemorate the 42 people who were killed at the Iron Curtain between former Czechoslovakia and Austria in their attempts to flee the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic in 1948-1989.

Kočner: I told Fico that if I was left alone, he would be PM

Denník N published another one of Kočner's recording. In it he mentions his dealings with the former prime minister.

Robert Fico

Čaputová on the anniversary: Democracy is an opportunity

Politicians celebrated 30 years of freedom, too.

Zuzana Čaputová and Miloš Zeman