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Since July 1, 1997, the National Bank of Slovakia has been regularly publishing and updating information for the general public and professionals on its page. Due to the technical constraints of the Internet, the National Bank of Slovakia cannot guarantee the completeness and integrity of the information published in this way. It is therefore recommended, when using such information, that the information be checked for correctness, especially if it is to be used for commercial purposes. The National Bank of Slovakia can not be liable for any damage or other consequences arising from the use of information provided on its Internet page.

The National Bank of Slovakia herewith declares that the only valid interpretation of legal regulations published on its Internet page is the wording provided in the printed form in the Collection of Laws of the Slovak Republic or in a Bulletin of the National Bank of Slovakia.

Information published on the Internet page of the National Bank of Slovakia may be stored, copied, and otherwise used* without the prior approval of the National Bank of Slovakia. However, the National Bank of Slovakia must be specified as the source of information and the pertinent electronic file may not be altered in any way.

To use the logo of the NBS is allowed only after the approval of the Communications Section of the NBS.

* The reproduction of euro banknotes in accordance with conditions laid down in the European Central Bank’s Decision ECB/2003/4 (2003/205/EC) of 20 March 2003 on the denominations, specifications, reproduction, exchange and withdrawal of euro banknotes and in its Guideline ECB/2003/5 (2003/206/EC) of 20 March 2003 on the enforcement of measures to counter non-compliant reproductions of euro banknotes and on the exchange and withdrawal of euro banknotes; the reproduction of euro coins in accordance with conditions stipulated in the Communication from the Commission on copyright protection of the common face design of the euro coins (2011/C 41/03); as well as the reproduction of obsolete Slovak banknotes and coins in accordance with conditions under Decree No. 456/2001 Coll. of Národná banka Slovenska


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