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World Bank lends €5 million to Slovakia

THE WORLD Bank approved an €5 million (Sk193 million) loan to Slovakia January 26 dedicated to technical support for the development of human capital, the SME daily wrote.

The project will help Slovakia modernize employment, education, and social cohesion systems. This will happen through the creation of an infrastructure to realize, manage and evaluate reforms in this sphere.

Compiled by Martina Jurinová from press reports
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