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Biggest construction companies in Slovakia

Ranking of firms according to sales in 2010:1. Doprastav, Bratislava (€311 million)2. ZIPP Bratislava (€273.4 million)3. Strabag, Bratislava (€164.5 million)4. Váhostav-SK, Žilina (€152 million)5. Skanska SK, Bratislava (€126 million)6. Inžinierske Stavby, Košice (€115.9 million)7. Eurovia SK, Košice (€98 million)8. Ingsteel, Bratislava (€85.5 million)

Ranking of firms according to sales in 2010:
1. Doprastav, Bratislava (€311 million)
2. ZIPP Bratislava (€273.4 million)
3. Strabag, Bratislava (€164.5 million)
4. Váhostav-SK, Žilina (€152 million)
5. Skanska SK, Bratislava (€126 million)
6. Inžinierske Stavby, Košice (€115.9 million)
7. Eurovia SK, Košice (€98 million)
8. Ingsteel, Bratislava (€85.5 million)

Source: Top 2011 survey by the Trend economic weekly, published in
November 2011

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