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Ryanair to fly from Košice to London

The low-cost air carrier will fly from Košice to London Southend starting next April – in time for the ice-hockey World Championship. Compiled by Spectator staff ,18. Jun 2018, at 13:58

Košice airport

Japanese company to start production near KošicePhoto

The New Japanese investor will allegedly open up more than 1,000 jobs. Compiled by Spectator staff ,18. Jun 2018, at 13:48

Opening of the Košice-based MinebeaMitsumi plant, June 15 2018.

Is there room for a new shopping mall in Bratislava?

The Bratislava region already has almost four times more retail space than the European average. Compiled by Spectator staff ,15. Jun 2018, at 17:25

Visualisation of Matrix Mall in Bratislava's Nové Mesto

What are the reasons behind low wages in Slovakia?

The average wage costs per Slovak employee accounts for only 44 percent of the EU average. Jana Liptáková ,15. Jun 2018, at 8:29

Analysts: Inflation slows down due to cheaper air tickets

The development in consumer prices surprised analysts. Compiled by Spectator staff ,15. Jun 2018, at 0:14

Slovak government will provide special treatment for Volkswagen Slovakia

It will help with recruiting new employees, including from abroad. Compiled by Spectator staff ,14. Jun 2018, at 23:51

PM Peter Pellegrini and Ralf Sacht, chairman of the Board of Management at Volkswagen Slovakia, from right

Employees at PSA Peugeot will not strike

Trade unions failed to collect enough signatures, agreeing on a salary increase with the carmaker’s management. Compiled by Spectator staff ,14. Jun 2018, at 14:04

Groupe PSA Slovakia plant in Trnava.

Survey: Employee turnover exceeds the healthy rate in Slovakia

Slovak companies suffer from a fluctuation of employees apart from a lack of labour. Compiled by Spectator staff ,14. Jun 2018, at 13:55

Distrainment amnesty stays in plans

The number of new distrainment proceedings keeps falling. Peter Adamovsky ,14. Jun 2018, at 6:30

The planned legislative change aims to stop proceedings with unenforceable claims.

Companies mostly sought informatics graduates in 2017

The job website found that almost eight employers looked at the resume of ITT graduate last year, with art graduates being the least in demand. Compiled by Spectator staff ,13. Jun 2018, at 13:23

Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology of the STU, illustrative stock photo

Slovakia is facing multiple attacks by hackers

Slovakia – including the central website of public administration – experiences massive DDoS attacks. Compiled by Spectator staff ,13. Jun 2018, at 13:14

slovensko.sk, illustrative stock photo

What will refinery Slovnaft produce next?

The company's production portfolio will now include non-fuel products. Compiled by Spectator staff ,12. Jun 2018, at 20:55

Slovnaft refinery

Jaguar Land Rover will move all production of Discovery to Slovakia

The plant in Nitra is expected to launch production in late 2018. Compiled by Spectator staff ,11. Jun 2018, at 22:45

FAQ: Paper tax return for self-employed no longer accepted starting July

The self-employed need to prepare for the new, obligatory electronic communication with tax officials.Martina Raábová11. Jun 2018, at 21:48

Electronic tax administration, illustrative stock photo

Shell companies underlie monitoring for over a year

Two registers of beneficial owners create unnecessary administrative burden in Slovakia, lawyers think. Peter Adamovsky ,11. Jun 2018, at 6:30

Cyprus is considered a major hub for shell companies.
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Modesta Real Estate represented Prologis Pilsen Park II acquisition

Prologis Park Pilsen II offers a prime logistics location.11. Jun 2018, at 4:00

Insurers and the Finance Ministry are haggling over insurance tax

While insurance companies claim that the new tax will increase insurance prices, the Finance Ministry does not see any reason for it. Jana Liptáková ,8. Jun 2018, at 0:22

Despite natural disasters Slovakia has been experiencing, insurance penetration of only around 3 percent.

Gambling is again legal in Bratislava

The court reversed the ban on gambling in the Slovak capital. Compiled by Spectator staff ,7. Jun 2018, at 23:37

Slovaks and Czechs believe Polish food is of inferior quality

The survey also shows that the country of origin is an important consideration for the purchase of food for Slovaks as well as Czechs. Compiled by Spectator staff ,7. Jun 2018, at 23:19

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