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One in six companies already prepared for euro changeover, survey says

More than a fifth of Slovak businesses say they will update their IT systems once Slovakia joins the euro next year, according to a survey conducted by the TNS agency in May. The survey, in which 201 respondents participated, suggests that 43.8 percent of businesses are not waiting for the last moment and have already started preparing their systems, according to the SITA newswire. According to the survey, 12.4 of respondents have not started adjusting their IT systems for the euro whereas 16.4 percent of companies think they are already prepared. The survey's results indicate that companies in Bratislava and Košice are best prepared for the new currency. SITA

More than a fifth of Slovak businesses say they will update their IT systems once Slovakia joins the euro next year, according to a survey conducted by the TNS agency in May. The survey, in which 201 respondents participated, suggests that 43.8 percent of businesses are not waiting for the last moment and have already started preparing their systems, according to the SITA newswire. According to the survey, 12.4 of respondents have not started adjusting their IT systems for the euro whereas 16.4 percent of companies think they are already prepared. The survey's results indicate that companies in Bratislava and Košice are best prepared for the new currency. SITA

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