Slovakia: Exporter Guide

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Slovakia is a prosperous, industrialized, and export-driven economy located in the center of Europe. The country is a part of the EU single market and its economy tends to perform better than the EU average. There are interesting niche opportunities for U.S. exporters of dried fruit and nuts (almonds, cranberries, walnuts), frozen fish (pollock), bourbons, wine, BBQ and chili sauces, hops pellets, and snacks. Capitol city Bratislava, with its exceptional purchasing power and increasing tourism holds great opportunities for U.S. exports.

Slovakia: Exporter Guide

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