BRATISLAVA, Oct 4 (Reuters) - Here are news stories, press reports and events to watch which may affect Slovak financial markets on Thursday.
SLOVAKIA'S DEBTS PREVENT FRONTLOADING OF 2013 FUNDING
Slovakia's rising debt will likely force it to drop tentative plans to tap international markets once more this year due to its debt brake law, the finance ministry said on Wednesday.
JULY CURRENT ACCOUNT RUNS 207 MLN EUR SURPLUS
Slovakia's current account showed a preliminary surplus of 207 million euros ($267.75 million) in July, widening from a revised 142 million euro surplus in June, the central bank (NBS) said on Wednesday.
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STATE SUBSIDIES DELAYED
The government, again, delayed decision on state aid for investors, worth some 100 million euros in tax relief, with the finance ministry proposing a delay of scheme's time-frame into 2014 in order to keep fiscal consolidation on track.
Hospodarske Noviny, page 1
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