Bulgarian Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski has resigned.
President Rosen Plevneliev is to turn the first sod on the first sites in Bulgaria's first scientific and technological park.
Bulgaria is seeking to regulate transport connections with Kosovo through a new Agreement on International Road Transport of Passengers and Cargo.
The Bulgarian National Bank (BNB) reports an increase in business' and households' bank deposits during the last year.
Rental rates of class A office space in Sofia have reached EUR 13 per sq.
A total of 315 employment contract violations against Bulgarian citizens working abroad have been reported in the first six months of 2014.
The Bulgarian Energy holding surprisingly decided to postpone a decision whether to receive a EUR 620 M from Gazprom for the construction of the South Stream pipeline.
None of the big Bulgarian tour operators reported group cancellations due to the recent floods along the Black Sea coast, deputy economy minister Branimir Botev said, Tuesday.
Damages from the devastating hailstorm that hit Bulgaria's Sofia about 2 weeks ago will cost insurance companies more than BGN 100M.
Smartphones and tablets are among the items most frequently bought on deferred payment plans in Bulgaria, shows an analysis of the BNP Paribas Personal Finance company.
At the end of the first quarter of 2014, Bulgaria's government debt increased by 1.
Representatives of Bulgarian agricultural organizations and the Ministry of Agriculture discussed the priorities for the next six-year EU programming period, Tuesday.
The production of raspberries in northern Bulgaria is regaining momentum and is about to become a principle means of subsistence in the region.
Bulgaria's National Tourism Council (NTC) has approved the advertising strategies for Bulgarian tourism, said Deputy Minister of Economy and Energy Branimir Botev, Tuesday.
The tourist season on Bulgaria's Black Sea coast won't be worse than last year's, Kalin Sutev representative of the Der Touristik group in Bulgaria, told Dnevnik.
Customers of Corporate Commercial Bank (KTB), including natural and legal persons, will sue the state for the crisis at the fourth biggest Bulgarian lender.
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