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According to the most recent survey on the loan market in Slovakia prepared by the Slovak National Bank (Národná banka Slovenska) for the period July – December 2011, a number of Slovak banks have significantly strengthened their credit standards for the provision of loans, especially for short-term loans and loans to large enterprises. Nevertheless, the volume of corporate loans provided by the banks during this period has slightly increased, presumably as a result of restructuring and refinancing of loans rather than new transactions. The 2012 survey has not yet been published by the Slovak National Bank, but bond financing has been on the rise recently.
There are no forthcoming changes that would directly affect the loan market. Following the recent governmental change in Slovakia, however, there are several ongoing legislative initiatives, such as changes to the Slovak tax system or increase of bank levy, which are likely to have a substantial impact on the Slovak business environment, including the loan market. Slovak legislation in this
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