(From The Slovak Spectator)
BRITISH capital flowed into Central Europe after the fall of the Iron Curtain, but it only trickled into Slovakia until the country joined the European Union in 2004. However, Britain's volume of investment in Slovakia remains moderate compared to other European countries.
British companies in Slovakia are mainly active in services, especially retail and consultancy. They consider their future prospects to be cooperation on the environment, research, and the automotive industry.
The UK's investment in Slovakia represented 5.2 percent of the overall foreign direct investment as of 2006, based on statistics from the …