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Some companies with Spanish capital in Slovakia

Altcam Slovakia,www.altcam.comArcelormittal Gonvarri SSC Slovakia,www.arcelormittalgonvarri.sk Cikautxo,www.cikautxo.es Cortizo,www.cortizo.com Elastorsa Slovakia,www.elastorsa.com ESNASA SLOVENSKO,www.esnasa.sk Fagor Ederlan Slovensko,www.fagorederlan.sk Funderías Condals,www.funcosa.es INDRA Slovakia,www.indracompany.com Jobelsa Slovensko,www.jobelsa.com NH Gate One Hotel,www.nhgateone.sk OHL Pozemné stavby,www.ohl.sk Telefónica Slovakia,www.sk.telefonica.com Vicente Torns Slovakia,www.vicentetorns.com

Altcam Slovakia,www.altcam.com
Arcelormittal Gonvarri SSC Slovakia,www.arcelormittalgonvarri.sk
Cikautxo,www.cikautxo.es
Cortizo,www.cortizo.com
Elastorsa Slovakia,www.elastorsa.com
ESNASA SLOVENSKO,www.esnasa.sk
Fagor Ederlan Slovensko,www.fagorederlan.sk
Funderías Condals,www.funcosa.es
INDRA Slovakia,www.indracompany.com
Jobelsa Slovensko,www.jobelsa.com
NH Gate One Hotel,www.nhgateone.sk
OHL Pozemné stavby,www.ohl.sk
Telefónica Slovakia,www.sk.telefonica.com
Vicente Torns Slovakia,www.vicentetorns.com

Source: The Spanish Embassy, SARIO

Topic: Foreigners in Slovakia


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