INESSInstitute of Economic and Social Studies (Bratislava, Slovakia)
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Economy Ministry denies claims, prepares amendmentThe Economy Ministry considers the information of the non-governmental institute INESS misleading, the Sme daily wrote on February 7.
The higher cost per new job in the west could be explained not only by higher salaries but by higher costs of firms when seeking a suitable candidate for the job, INESS analyst Jakub Zeman told Sme.
Martin Vlachynsky, analyst for the economic think-tank INESS, listed among positive changes more generous flat deductible costs, which the self-employed will be able to enjoy next year.