The main contribution of the euro is the elimination of exchange rate differences and unification of the currency, thus easing trade and administration.
Growth slowed down during the second half of the year.
Current policies only partially solve problems, observer says.
Check out the selection of the most important events that happened in Slovakia’s business sector during the past year.
Though the sharing of these services in the economy is low, they have the potential to grow in the future.
The new square in the Blumental development is named after mediaeval King Matthias Corvinus.
Building a plant on a green field enabled the installation of different technologies
The International Robotics Federation sees Slovakia as the world's 15th largest robot market.
The new AeroMobil 4.0 will be tested this year.
The data shows 44 percent of employees in Slovakia receiving a Christmas bonus or 13th salary.
New rules for taxi drivers come into force in April. Uber is analysing them.
The flights between Bratislava and Košice will be scrapped too.
The arrival of Jaguar Land Rover is impacting the industrial as well as residential real estate market.
People often spend money on things they do not actually need, observers say.
The Transport Ministry expects that the rental will improve the condition of the airport and its competitiveness.
Slovakia should now concentrate more on public finances and structural reforms, the National Bank of Slovakia recommends.
On the other hand, clients can still use free email or so-called push notifications.
The diamond had a false number and the case may not be isolated.
Tesco, Kaufland, and Lidl will pay the levy as of January 2019.
Slovak toy trains can be found in France, Germany and the United States.