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Business sector criticises development in energy sector

THE SLOVAK Business Alliance (PAS) is watching with concern how developments in the Slovak energy sector are becoming increasingly unpredictable and lacking a clear concept, PAS executive chief Robert Kičina said on April 2 as cited by the TASR newswire.

(Source: TASR)

In addition, the situation is further compounded by tense relations between the European Union and Russia, from which Slovakia imports the majority of its primary energy sources. A combination of internal and external risks produces a risk for the entire Slovak energy sector and its customers.

PAS urges an increase in the competitiveness of Slovak industry, but this is largely preconditioned by sound developments in the energy sector. Slovakia has long been

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