The state should approach this sector more systematically, the representatives of the sector opine.
The second wave of the pandemic will be less severe on the economy, but will stretch across several quarters.
The street has been rebuilt into a modern boulevard bringing several improvements.
More expensive vegetable, bread and non-alcoholic beverages pushed prices up.
The decision has been opposed by analysts and private insurers too.
Restaurants, fitness centres, swimming pools, schools and churches have been offered to participate in mass testing.
The Via Bona awards were granted for the 20th time.
The coin, a ten-ducat of ruler Ferdinand III minted in Habsburg in 1642, had a starting bid of €200,000.
It's due to car sales, analysts say.
The constructor expects the stretch to take the strain off traffic to and from the capital.
The fact that our society is starting to come to terms with corruption suspicions in highest places is a very positive message that things are changing.
The investment is higher than the Igor Matovič government has hoped for.
The change is expected to become effective next March.
Slovakia spends only around 0.9 percent of GDP on research and innovation.
Radioactive materials can be potentially dangerous if not handled correctly.
Employers’ representatives call on the government to provide companies with testing kits and to set up testing sites where employers can test their employees.
The Smart City Index focuses on how citizens perceive the scope and impact of efforts to make their cities ‘smart’.
AeroMobil and AirCar among a handful of firms working on special concept.
The end of 2020 marks an important date for the nationals of the UK who live in Slovakia or plan to move here.
Two national holidays are celebrated in November.