by Michael J Kopanic The year 1999 will not be looked upon as a great year by most people in Slovakia. Unemployment vaulted forward to 17.7 percent, which ranks among the highest rate in Central Europe, prices rose sharply and the standard of living of the average citizen declined. According to the most recently released […]

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