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VSŽ wins bid for steel mill

VSŽ Inc., Košice, the east Slovak steel maker, announced that it won a tender to privatize the highly indebted and loss-making Hungarian company DAM Diosgyör. VSŽ will pay a symbolic $1 for the shares with a nominal value of 8 billion forints (1.4 billion Sk), but it pledged to increase the company's capital by 3 billion forints (532 million Sk). VSŽ defeated the German Max Eicher, and a Russian-Hungarian consortium in the tender.

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News digest: Sulík presents his pandemic plan, but PM Matovič remains critical

Rules for entering Spain change. Former police chief Gašpar remains in custody. State auctions the 5G network frequencies.

Richard Sulík presented his pandemic plan on November 23.

Which are the largest law firms in Slovakia?

For the first time, the ranking also provides an overview in partial categories of law.

Government has learned little, hesitates to open school gates

Education is a question of rights. So is protesting against the government, but at what costs? Slovakia welcomes hefty investment that comes with a warning sign.

Special regional restrictions and better tracing. SaS has introduced its plan to fight the pandemic

The document is based on eight chapters, which should contribute to economic recovery.

Richard Sulík introduces his plan.