Peter Lukáč, head of the foreign investments division of the state-run Sario investment agency, said the Slovak cabinet lacked a systematic approach to attracting foreign investors.
In an interview with daily Pravda, Lukáč said that Slovakia needed to build new infrastructure, including a high-quality highway system connecting the west of the country with the east, if it was to successfully compete for investors with its neighbours.
Compiled by Martina Pisárová from press reports.
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20. Feb 2003 at 13:15