Ján Počiatek

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Ján Počiatek

Ján Počiatek (born September 16, 1970 in Bratislava) is a Slovak politician and economist. He is currently the head of the Ministry of Transport, Construction, and Regional Development. He served as the Minister of Finance.

He speaks English fluently and also has an advanced knowledge of German and Russian . Počiatek is a graduate of the University of Economics in Bratislava. He graduated in 1997 as a qualified engineer in economics.[1]

For his contribution in preparing Slovakia's entry into the Eurozone, the international financial affairs publication The Banker named Počiatek as the "Best finance minister for the year 2008 in Europe."[2]

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