The coronavirus crisis has hit all economic sectors, including tax, audit and consultancy
The state will earn €35 million for not exercising its preemptive right to acquire VSE Holding shares.
Slovak labour market mimics development abroad.
More people in Africa, Asia or Latin America can be supported when people purchase products with the Fairtrade brand.
However, return to shopping abroad as soon as possible.
The start of the season was postponed due to the coronavirus.
The short-time work scheme to help companies during next crises.
The change reflects the current economic situation in the country, the Finance Ministry commented.
Its core labour force will consist of Wirecard specialists.
Most foreign workers come from Ukraine.
With more people finding joy in cycling after coronavirus disrupts their plans for the summer, the supply of bikes is running out.
Most waste is produced in the Trnava Region, Bratislava Region and Nitra Region.
German investors also have a significant presence in the energy and food-making sector, among others.
Labour offices report a slight increase in vacancies.
People coming to the capital from the south can use 30 kilometres of the new road.
Impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, rental housing and best offices of 2019 are among the highlights of the latest Business Focus.
The office space at Westend Plazza meets all the requirements.
The state supported the automotive industry the most.
Support for businesses in the coronavirus-induced crisis unevenly distributed, analysis shows.
The Agriculture Ministry has defended the proposal of the Slovak Land Fund, filing a criminal complaint regarding past practices.