Slovakia may not be on the radar of large numbers of property investors, but the news that the country is set to adopt the euro as its currency next January could trigger increased foreign investment.
Since Slovakia joined the EU in 2004, property prices in the capital Bratislava have risen by about 15 per cent a year, a trend that looks set to continue with the introduction of the euro. The change in currency will...
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