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This is mostly due to the establishment of large numbers of new, small tourism businesses after 1989. These had lower shares of own funds and financial assets in their total assets, and many were burdened with privatisation debts. In contrast, tourism businesses shared in the more generalised trend for the economic performance of Slovak firms to improve during the transition. While the published data provide insights into the transition process, especially into changes over time, their reliability has to be seen in context of the operational realities, in period of economic transition in particular.
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Of companies Hotels No. of companies Net profits/ own funds (%) Operating profits/ sales (%) Value-added/ sales (%) EBITDA/ sales. 5 2002: assets, (c) mill. Total HORECA sector No. 3 2002: turnover, (c) mill. 1: Selected financial indicators for Slovak tourism business, 1999–2002. 65 All Slovak industries No. of companies Net profits/ own funds (%) Operating profits/ sales (%) Value-added/ sales (%) EBITDA/ sales. (%) Net profits/ own funds (%) Operating profits/ sales (%) Value-added/ sales (%) EBITDA/ sales.