The Slovak capital is getting a brownfield register.
Economists evaluate wage costs, labour productivity as well as investments in R&D.
The Slovak government is ignoring the 1976 International Labour Organisation convention, they say.
Conservationists will be careful when assessing the plans.
If President Čaputová vetoed proposed bills, MPs would not manage to override her veto before elections.
The industrial production decreased for the fifth consecutive month.
The airport first wanted to use the plan for training.
InoBat Auto receives €5 million investment support from government.
Media jobs dominated ahead of administrative work in 2019.
The company will be taken over by Uniqa.
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It will be operated from May to September.
Martin-based Volkswagen plant to produce components for e-cars.
Authorities scrap one in four procurement tenders.
Despite some improvements in labour legislation, BSCs and employers call for a new law that would reflect current labour market trends.
Bakers suggest low prices are behind this.
U.S. Steel Košice generated a loss of $57 million.
There are several legal ways to get more money from the state while staying home with a young child.
Višňové tunnel has been under construction for more than 20 years, a new procurement tender has been announced recently.