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April: The top business stories of 2011

Restriction on acquiring land is extended. The European Commission accepts an extension of Slovakia’s restrictions on the sale of agricultural and forest land to EU nationals until May 2014. EU-based companies can continue to purchase Slovak agricultural land without restriction if it is used for agricultural purposes.

Restriction on acquiring land is extended. The European Commission accepts an extension of Slovakia’s restrictions on the sale of agricultural and forest land to EU nationals until May 2014. EU-based companies can continue to purchase Slovak agricultural land without restriction if it is used for agricultural purposes.

PSA Peugeot Citroën brings new model to Trnava. French-based PSA Peugeot Citroën confirms an investment of over €120 million to produce a third car model at its Trnava plant, increasing the plant’s labour force by almost 900 to about 3,900. The plant will start production of the Peugeot 208 in November, a third model to accompany the Peugeot 207 and Citroen C3 Picasso that are already built in Trnava.

Top stories

Chinese are closer to taking over Košice steelworks

The sale may be completed early next year, according to reports.

U.S. Steel Košice

Third anti-corruption march drew thousands Photo

The only demand that has been met to date is the abrogation of Vladimír Mečiar’s amnesties by parliament.

The anti-corruption march

Slovak water slalom racers start championship with a victory Video

The single canoe slalom team can boast with several records.

l-r: Alexander Slafkovský, Matej Beňuš and Michal Martikán

Blog: In Slovakia, tradition is key

The year round, the calendar is filled to the brim with traditional habits, happenings that seem to go back centuries.

Traditional "vinobranie" event in Pezinok.