There is a real hope that a late surge of support from the estimated one quarter of undecided voters could push Michal Simecka's Progressives into first place at the September 30 general election.
Slovakia's and Romania’s farming ministers have agreed with Kyiv on a licensing system for trading in grains.
Year-on-year, unemployment decreased by 0.53 percentage points.
Prices stabilise, remaining unchanged month-on-month.
Ukraine has vowed to pursue legal action at the World Trade Organisation if any EU member states institute their own embargoes.
Kyiv has said that it will take legal action against those EU member states that impose national bans against EU-wide trade rules.
"It is not right to do anything in foreign policy that harms the interests of other peoples," says Russian dictator who has fought a vicious war against Ukraine that is already being investigated for war crimes.
Share of Russian crude oil imports into Czechia is the highest since 2012 at 65%.
Green growth is not yet happening in any advanced economies – and high-income countries are not on track achieve enough emissions reduction without more far profound changes in consumption.
Meeting with Turkish counterpart Erdogan produces no tangible sign that Moscow is preparing to budge on allowing Ukrainian ships safe passage.
Private equity firm Advent International, Czech financial group PPF, and Czech energy tycoon Daniel Kretinsky remain among the bidders.
The exemption for Slovnaft is in place until December due to Slovakia’s and Hungary’s high dependency on Russian crude.
Third month in a row when unemployment is below 4%.
Intelligence Agency chief charged with involvement in a criminal ring.
After adjusting the figures to seasonal effects, GDP increased by 1.3% y-o-y and by 0.4% q-o-q.
Inflation falls to 9.7% year-on-year in July.
Figures boosted by 12.2% growth y-o-y in the manufacture of transport equipment from the country's dominant car industry.
General prosecutor's office rejects police case in another blow to anti-corruption drive against former ruling party.
Central and Eastern European economies have seen significant net migration outflows over the past few decades, but the trend has started to shift in the last five years as outflows have reduced considerably, Capital Economics reports.
e& to pay €2.15bn for stake of 50% plus one share in PPF Telecom assets in Bulgaria, Hungary, Serbia and Slovakia.