Its capital, Bratislava, eccentrically located in the extreme southwest of the country, has been known by several different names—Pozsony in Hungarian, Pressburg in German, and Prešporok in Slovak—and for three centuries served as the capital of Hungary.In Košice, the second-largest Slovak city, there is an interesting symbiosis between its distinguished history and the harsh recent past: medieval streets run through the city centre, while the former East Slovakian Iron and Steel Works stands as a monument of communist industrialization.
The short history of independent Slovakia is one of a desire to move from mere autonomy within the Czechoslovak federation to sovereignty—a history of resistance to being called “the nation after the hyphen.” Although World War II thwarted the Slovaks’ first vote for independence in 1939, sovereignty was finally realized on January 1, 1993, slightly more than three years after the Velvet Revolution—the collapse of the communist regime that had controlled Czechoslovakia since 1948.
Polish Enterprise Fund VII, private equity fond spravovaný spoločnosťou Enterprise Investors (EI) kúpil 100 % akcií spoločnosti CBA Slovakia, a.
s., popredného nezávislého maloobchodného predajcu potravín na Slovensku.
Finančným a daňovým poradcom spoločnosti Enterprise Investors bolo Pw C Bratislava 26.
októbra 2017 – Oddelenie Poradenstva pre ľudské zdroje spoločnosti Pw C zverejnilo výsledky 25.