Slovakia has not changed the price of annual highway stickers since 2011.
A recent survey shows Slovaks are now better off but they say they have no money to spare. In fact, a poor financial lifestyle and awareness are behind this.
Opposition deputy points out that wages are still growing more slowly in Slovakia than in the other V4 countries.
Slovaks at the logistics centre in Sereď mostly want better work conditions.
Five different examples of US investments in Slovakia.
The price of small apartments has almost doubled.
State company Konštrukta will produce 25 Zuzana 2 artillery systems for the Slovak Armed Forces worth €175 million.
Czech brewery is investing into expanding the Slovak brewery in Veľký Šariš.
The new warehouse will provide 60,000 square metres on several levels.
But it's also the most expensive among Visegrad Group members.
With this merger, an agency has been established that has 20 branches in six CEE countries, and the ambition to be among the biggest five in this region.
The labour force shortage is also an issue for members of the American Chamber of Commerce in Slovakia.
The Transport Ministry is launching a campaign to reduce the number of cars on roads.
Bratislava will have one of most modern football stadiums in Europe and the state is ready to pay more, says PM Peter Pellegrini.
The number of Slovak companies included in Coface CEE TOP 500 ranking of largest companies rose, while the number of firms among the best 10 declined.
Sensei Logistic plans to employ 15 people.
Golf does not reap large profits, resort owners claim.
The payslip of low-income employees is not the only field depending on the final sum.
New law aimed to fight bureaucracy is expected to change the thinking of employees in state offices.
The work on Triblavina highway junction has been renewed.