Positive development of Slovakia’s economy seen behind the decrease.
2016 was a successful year for the EIB Group in Slovakia, said EIB Vice-President Vazil Hudák.
Transpetrol wants to invest €40 million into two new tanks.
Money is missing to finish the section of highway between Žilina and Poland, stopping the completion of the D3 highway project.
Only 134 homeowners in the first round and 62 in the second applied for a subsidy via the insulation programme.
Practice shows that municipalities will require investors to pay the fee for development from their own budgets and at the same time to also cover the so-called induced investments.
Slovakia witnessed the lowest number of launched public competitions and expected investments since 2012.
Road infrastructure has the biggest impact on building activities.
Long-expected service now arrived.
The works officially started in September 2016.
Every debtor who resorts to personal bankruptcy will be able to retain €10,000 for so-called housing expenses, according to an approved bill.
After wrangling within the Slovak cabinet, the transport minister yielded to pressure from the finance minister and changed the project of the northern bypass of the city of Prešov; the state will not spend €900…
EC says its role is to monitor safety, not quality – but Slovaks want the same as Austrians, says minister.
A producer of plastic components may become the third biggest employer in the region.
In autumn 2017, new flights to Bologna and Thessaloniki will be added.
GDP grew slightly less than in 2015, mostly due to lower use of EU funds.
Despite environmental studies at the EU level, the Slovak state wants to continue subsidising brown coal mining.
Consumer prices were impacted by food and fuels, but also by changes to regulated energies.
While self-sufficient in milk, beef, poultry, eggs and sugar, sector lags in pork, fruits and vegetables.
The newly prepared strategy, aimed to replace the 25-year-old document, is a new approach to the new challenges Slovakia faces.