Články / Economics and politics

Shortening custody in question

Shortening custody in question

Parliamentary Chair and head of the coalition We Are Family party Boris Kollar admitted on Thursday that his party is interested in legally amending the length of custody aimed at preventing evidence a ...

VAT rate hike indicated

VAT rate hike indicated

Finance Minister Igor Matovic (OLANO) stated on Sunday that he would soon reveal a tax and deduction reform, as the country is lacking billions of euro due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Gov't greenlights national recovery plan

Gov't greenlights national recovery plan

The Government on Wednesday greenlighted the national recovery plan - a document concerning reforms and investments amounting to almost €6.6 billion.

Sulík: Heger’s Government likely to serve full term

Sulík: Heger’s Government likely to serve full term

New Prime Minister Eduard Heger's (OLANO) Government is far more likely to see out the entire electoral cycle than the one of his predecessor and party boss Igor Matovič, Economy Minister Richard Sulík ...

Joint V4 declaration on expulsion of diplomats

Joint V4 declaration on expulsion of diplomats

The foreign affairs ministers of Slovakia, Poland and Hungary, along with their Czech counterpart, have expressed their solidarity with the Czech Republic, which decided to expel 18 Russian diplomats o ...

Jaguar Land Rover creates 900 new jobs

Jaguar Land Rover creates 900 new jobs

Jaguar Land Rover Slovakia has launched the hiring of new employees for its production facility in Nitra, western Slovakia, as of Thursday, company head Russel Leslie told House Chair Boris Kollar and labour minister Milan Krajniak (both We Are Family) at their meeting on Thursday.

FMA: Slovak diplomacy must not be questioned

FMA: Slovak diplomacy must not be questioned

Foreign Affairs Minister Ivan Korčok (an SaS nominee) called on Slovak MPs to be aware of their responsibility when representing Slovakia abroad, noting that he wants Government representatives to trus ...

IFP: Drop in tax income lower than expected

IFP: Drop in tax income lower than expected

Tax income is expected to swell by 2.6 percent this year and by 7.3 percent in 2022, according to a prognosis drafted by the Financial Policy Institute (IFP), which is the analytical unit of the Financ ...