Eating habits of Bratislavans are changing; people go out more often and eat more frequently in restaurants.
The Pontis Foundation awarded organisations, institutions and individuals for their approach to sustainable development goals.
Four companies paid more than €100 million in taxes and levies.
It is already the second negative surprise this year, analysts say.
More than one half of Slovaks still can't think of specific companies doing responsible business.
The ski hall may help tourism and employment, the municipality said.
Specialisation was frowned upon in the beginnings of commercial law in Slovakia, but we knew we had to specialise to provide quality, says Daniel Soukenik.
The embankment has failed loading tests.
Former NBS governor Vladimir Masár was one of the people who facilitated Slovakia’s transition to a market economy.
They say it is unconstitutional and will take it to court.
The highest contribution will go to U.S. Steel Košice.
It forecasts Slovakia’s economic expansion to give way to slower growth.
But many people still yield to myths about the communist regime and nostalgia.
Eset is an inaugural member of the App Defense Alliance.
The refurbishment of the Polus City Centre cost €25 million.
Securing the safety of air traffic makes for a fulfilling job, said Gabriela Galambošová, a Slovak hero from the EU Protects campaign.
Doctors in districts with high antibiotics consumption should think again about whether they are really necessary.
Trade unions want the salaries of employees to be increased.
However, Slovakia’s government deficit slightly worsened in 2018.
Smer wants one third of bank's profit.