Treading the EU's investment line

Holt, Ed
June 2001
Slovak Spectator;06/11/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 23, p1
Discusses the opposition of the European Union (EU) and domestic companies in Slovakia to the tax incentives offered by the government to attract foreign investments. Tax holidays promised by the Slovak government to US Steel Kosice; Concerns of the EU on the tax incentives offered by the Slovak government; Complaints of domestic companies on the environmental exemptions granted by the Slovak government to foreign investors.


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