The labour minister would like to see the unemployment rate drop below 5 percent this year.
The plant in Trnava has been operating since 1993, daily exporting furniture to the whole world.
Internet platforms offering services like tutoring, cleaning and watching children are growing.
The European Commission has introduced rules to tackle the criticised dual quality of products in its member states. But is it really a pressing topic?
The reason for the long-term lack of beds and postponed surgeries is mostly missing medical staff.
Apart from salaries, the employees will also receive more for night shifts. Some will even receive one extra day off.
Apart from camembert, it will produce hard cheeses, steamed cheeses and the traditional unpasteurised Slovak sheep cheese, bryndza, as well as employ around 40 people.
The German power company E.ON has two reasons to resume its operation
Private carrier enters Ukrainian market with a new international bus connection.
It wants to resume its services in Bratislava as soon as possible.
Last year’s car production was slightly below 2016’s numbers due to launch of new models.
With its opening, the retail chain responds to needs of local citizens.
The Machnáč sanatorium, a significant example of European Functionalist architecture, is falling apart.
The plan was to have two Chinese trains arriving to Bratislava per week
Government admits to deterioration of the business environment in Slovakia
The €0.5 billion package should contain a 13th pension for seniors, free buses and scrapping of VAT on nappies.
Departures from M. R. Štefánik Airport in Bratislava will not be affected for now.
BTS processed 19 percent more people compared to the same period last year.
They gave the carmaker’s management until Friday to provide them with an acceptable offer.
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