Discontent with the business environment in Slovakia continues

The Business Environment Index has dropped by 2.24 percent over a year.

Businesses in Slovakia go on to be dissatisfied with the business environment in the country. Businesses in Slovakia go on to be dissatisfied with the business environment in the country. (Source: Sme)

The business community is still dissatisfied with the environment in which they run their businesses in Slovakia.

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The Business Association of Slovakia (PAS) has published its regular index, which confirms the trend of the worsening perception of companies in regards to the Slovak business environment.

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The Business Environment Index (IPP) surveyed the moods of entrepreneurs during the first six months of 2019. It dropped by 2.24 percent year-on-year.

Although the negative stance towards the business environment continues, it is gradually improving, the PAS claimed.

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