Economie de la République slovaque en un coup d’œil

Upcoming 21 May 2019: Release of economic projections

UNDER EMBARGO: The economic projections will be live on 21 May 2019.

Upcoming July 2019: Structural Reform - Going for Growth 2019 priorities

Going for Growth builds on OECD expertise on structural policy reforms and economic performance to provide policy makers with a set of concrete recommendations on reform areas identified as priorities for strong and inclusive growth. The priorities broadly cover product and labour market regulation, education and training, tax and transfer systems, trade and investment rules, as well as innovation policies. The Going for Growth framework has been instrumental in helping G20 countries make progress on their structural reform agenda, including through monitoring their growth strategies to achieve sustained and balanced growth.

5 February 2019 - Economic Survey of Slovak Republic

The Slovak economy remains strong. Employment has reached a record high, and unemployment is at its lowest level since 1993. Short-term growth prospects are good. Thanks to sustained economic growth, almost 4% on average in the last two decades, living standards have converged towards the OECD average, and public debt has declined in relation to GDP. Export-led expansion has been driven by continuing inward investment in the car industry, strong integration into global value chains and resulting improvements in labour productivity. Growth has spilled over into the domestic services sector to some extent, but productivity gains there have been much lower. Strong wage growth is fuelling consumption, inflation and house prices. Household indebtedness has been rising rapidly. The authorities will have to continue to use fiscal and macro-prudential policies to avoid overheating.

Executive Summary