Ľudovít Černák

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Ľudovít Černák (born October 12, 1951 in Hliník nad Hronom) is a former Slovak politician, businessman and the chairman of the Slovak football club ŠK Slovan Bratislava. A graduate of the Slovak Technical College in Bratislava, he also graduated as an internal aspirant from the Technical College in Košice. In 1990 he completed a three-month Management and Marketing course from the Sandwell College of F and HE. In September 1989, he was chosen as the General Director of ZSNP (a Slovak metallurgy company). In the 1992 elections, he was chosen to be a Member of the Slovak National Council where he was again selected as a member of the government of the Slovak Republic and entrusted to perform the function of the Minister of Economics of the Slovak Republic. From 1993-1994 he served as the Deputy Prime Minister of the National Council of the Slovak Republic and from 1994-1998 he was a Member of Parliament in the National Council of the Slovak Republic. From 1998-1999 he was again chosen to be the Minister of Economics. In April 2000 he established Sitno Holding, a.s., where he is the Chairman of the Board of Directors

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