Since its integration into the European Union in 2004 and the Eurozone in 2009, Slovakia’s growth has accelerated rapidly. An advantageous location in the heart of Central Europe and tax incentives for foreign investors have contributed greatly to the country’s economic success, particularly in recent years: FDI inflows more than doubled between 2018 and 2019. Slovakia’s capital city, Bratislava, sits on the borders of Hungary and Austria just 65 kilometres from Vienna, offering unparalleled proximity to millions of consumers in Europe’s west, east, and south.
Straddling the Danube river and bordered by the Morava, Bratislava boasts an advantageous location in Central Europe, a skilled, affordable labor force, and a generally positive forecast for investors...Visit region >
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