Suspected corruption at NADSME draws OLAF’s attention

Prime Minister Iveta Radičová and Economy Ministry State Secretary (i.e. deputy minister) Martin Chren announced, following a government session held on Wednesday, October 6, that doubts about the handling of EU funds earmarked to support Slovak small and medium-sized enterprises have caught the attention of the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF).

Prime Minister Iveta Radičová and Economy Ministry State Secretary (i.e. deputy minister) Martin Chren announced, following a government session held on Wednesday, October 6, that doubts about the handling of EU funds earmarked to support Slovak small and medium-sized enterprises have caught the attention of the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF).

The authority is interested in money handled by the limited liability company Fond Fondov, a 100-percent affiliate of the National Agency for the Development of Small and Medium Enterprises (NADSME).

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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