Ecology and Research at the base of the Slovak challenge


The Eurozone is often described as an example of economic areas that are held back by monetary policy, but in this region somebody received a positive rating from feared agencies (A stable by Standard & Poor's, A + stable by Fitch Ratings, Moody's A2 with stable Inverstor Service). Slovakia adopted the euro on January 1st, 2009: today this is the fastest growing country among those who share the European currency.

The Eurozone is often described as an example of economic areas that are held back by monetary policy, but in this region somebody received a positive rating from feared agencies (A stable by Standard & Poor’s, A + stable by Fitch Ratings, Moody’s A2 with stable Inverstor Service). Slovakia adopted the euro on January 1st, 2009: today this is the fastest growing country among those who share the European currency.

Of course, Slovak entrepreneurs that are looking for economic partnerships in Italy and in the rest of the continent put the emphasis on facts that can be instantly transformed into savings for investors (such as the tax on business income, which in 2014 will go down from 23 to 22 percent and that in the minds of many – even in the government of Bratislava – could fall further, to 19 percent).

Education and infrastructure should not be ignored and have been the focus of debate on January 31st at the Slovak Embassy in Rome, at the meeting “Business Friendly Slovakia. Get to know Slovakia as your investment destination”, promoted by the central european country’s  representation and by ” Greenway  Operator Spa” and attended by Peter Badík, managing partner of Greenway, and by Fabio Massimo Fractal Mascioli, who directs the Campus of Sustainable Mobility in Cisterna di Latina (“Pomos”).

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