Other sectors are not faring very well.
Peter Štrpka shares his view on Slovakia’s business environment, including the lack of a qualified workforce, corruption, business laws, and security.
We spend the most on meat, statistics show.
The resumed development will bring in shops, apartments and parking.
Plastic bottle producers and retailers will pay for the deposit return scheme. Not all the retailers will buy empty PET bottles, though.
The company considers the award as an appreciation of their effort and success in its core business.
The One Fashion Outlet 1 company went bankrupt in summer.
The state should make application of adopted strategies its priority, experts claim.
The majority of respondents would adopt the euro again if Slovakia did not already have the EU’s currency.
It will be followed by the launch of a new online system for purchasing train tickets in mid-November.
The number of Slovaks owning property is higher than anywhere else.
New rules to fight bureaucracy expected to save more than €13 million and 600,000 hours spent waiting in queues, though entrepreneurs say more still needs to be done.
The company also plans to launch a mobile app in 2019.
The government is ready to continue in negotiations over the minimum wage increase in the future.
The country dropped in the latest competitiveness report.
The Slovak Spectator spoke with the new president of the Slovak Automotive Industry Association (ZAP) Alexander Matušek about the challenges the Slovak automotive industry faces and more.
The biggest challenges the automotive industry in Slovakia faces are the ability to remain competitive, the availability of a quality labour force and regulations.
No one invested a cent in scientific infrastructure between 1989 and when EU funds arrived, says Dušan Galusek.
No details about future brands to be sold in the extension for now.
Slovakia is now catching up with the Czech Republic.