The transaction still needs to be approved by anti-trust authorities.
The increase is due to passenger demand.
Wages should increase by 11 percent in 2018.
The problem of unemployment in Slovakia is not the lack of jobs but the unsuitable structure for job seekers.
Millennials are the largest pool of potential employees, and the most attractive because of their typically high education level.
The fundamental difference of the Alarica platform from the other marketplaces is it’s narrow specialization, payment policy and convenience for manufacturers.
The software has already caught the attention of several private companies and corporations.
Slovakia can draw €15.493 billion from EU funds within the current programme period ending in 2020.
There will be a beekeeping open-air museum as well as a forest classroom at Topoľčianky.
Current fees in Slovakia are some of the lowest in the EU and are not motivating enough recycling.
During the summer season the Irish airline will operate 23 regular routes from Bratislava
The hotel group needed only half the time to raise the target sum of €2.5 million.
Automotive industry experts do not see a funeral bell tolling for diesel motor vehicles.
The date of completion of the Bratislava-Košice highway is unknown.
Higher work surcharges will push Slovakia down.
Farmer’s boxes are gaining customers in Slovakia as people slowly become more conscious about quality and the origin of the food they eat.
Vice-president of the Adient company, which produces car seats, suggests in an interview that the Trenčín-based branch could develop airplane seats.
The highway company warns companies involved in the construction of the Višňové D1 highway tunnel about a possible €2 million fine for delay.
Main challenges for development of the automotive industry is lack of qualified labour and increasing wage costs
Production of the hand-cream remains in Slovakia.