But several obstacles prevent their growth.
The number of firms residing at a virtual address has increased, particularly in the past three years.
The tower, part of the Eurovea extension, is designed to be 168 metres high.
Commuting from Hamuliakovo to Bratislava by water should take 25 minutes.
Serbians, Ukrainians, and Slovaks have not been paid for their work.
The government approved the document and plans to end coal mining in the Upper Nitra region by 2023 instead of 2030.
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The results of the survey will be available to the public in January 2019.
Business services still belong among the fastest growing sectors in Slovakia. But it will face several challenges in the near future.
Eset warns against attacks on internet banking users.
The train reaches Switzerland in 10 hours.
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The current consortium pledged to build it by 2019 for €400 million.
People still play an important role in logistics.
Living close to the centre of Bratislava has many advantages.
One of the reasons for preparing the amendment is the massive deforestation in Slovakia.
Apart from logistics the new park will also focus on light industry.
The retailers will now have to pay 2.5 percent of their net turnover.
People insured by the state-run health insurer may be asked to pay at the doctor’s.