Slovakia lags behind the most business-attractive countries

If we look at development so far in comparison with other countries, Slovakia is running in place.

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Slovakia lags behind the most business-attractive countries in the world and is failing to catch up, indicated by the ranking in Superindex PAS. The index is a project of the Business Alliance of Slovakia (PAS), through which it compares the development of the business environment in Slovakia with other countries.

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Slovakia currently reached the Superindex value of 82.1 and ranked 38th in the 100-place ranking of countries. Compared to last year, it lost two spots.

"If we look at the development so far in comparison with other countries, Slovakia is running in place. It can be said that in terms of quality of business environment, this is a lost phase, during which there was no steep decline, but also no substantial improvement," PAS states, as quoted by the SITA newswire.

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