Published at: 2019-04-16 13:42 | Author: Robert McLean
The CEDES Roundtable in Bratislava last quarter highlighted the strategies of companies in a strong property market that’s insulated from excessive foreign investment
One of the long-standing paradoxes of Slovakia’s property market has long how difficult it is for foreign developers, investors and even service providers to make an impact on it. There’s no lack of indicators that demonstrate the health of the market in a country that was among the first in CEE to achieve accession to the euro. But despite strong fundamentals and a booming, there remains a significant discount to the Czech market, which has become a darling among foreign investors. Ironically,...

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