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- Barbora Franekov u00e1 was crowned Miss Slovak Republic 2009 - 2009-04-17 - The beauty queen Barbora Franekov u00e1 is student of law from Zilina who also works as a model. She will represent her country in Miss World 2009 baeuty contest.
- Slovak Republic Wins Manhunt International 2010 - 2010-11-23 - n Peter Menky of Slovak Republic has just been elected the winner of Manhunt International 2010 in Taiwan. Its interesting to note that Mr. Slovak Republic is also our top favorite to win the title. Mr. Slovak Republic Peter Menky is 23 years old and stands 1.89m. tall. OFFICIAL RESULTS MANHUNT INTERNATIONAL 2010 Slovak Republic, Peter Menky FIRST RUNNER UP Gibraltar, Bogdan Brasoveanu SECOND RUNNER UP Brazil, Marlon De Gregori THIRD RUNNER UP USA, Daniel Guerra FOURTH RUNNER UP Taiwan, Jerry Chang TOP 16 Bosnia and Herzegovina China India Indonesia Lebanon Panama Singapore
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- Economic Survey of the Slovak Republic 2010 - 2010-11-28 - The global recession affected the Slovak economy to a greater extent than most other OECD countries, primarily owing to its exposure to world trade and its specialisation in cyclical export goods, notably cars. In tandem with developments in its main trading partner economies, the economy is now recovering at an above average pace. Challenges for re establishing a sustainable high growth trajectory are countering the risk of increasing long term unemployment, bringing government finances back on a sustainable path and reaping the benefits of a transition to greener growth.