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EUROPE SUPPORT MACEDONIAN INTERGRITY

Europe should adopt a common constitution, said Bulgarian President Stoyanov who took part in the summit of the Central European countries in Italy. The situation in Macedonia proves the fact that the debate on working out a common European Constitution s

Business | June 10, 2001, Sunday // 00:00 | Viewed: 478

MOBIKOM NEGOTIATIONS STOPPED

Cable & Wireless stopped the negations of selling its 49 per cent shares in Mobikom, the Bulgarian mobile NMT provider to Bulgarian Telecommunications Company. Mobikom was the first ever Bulgarian mobile provider launched in 1993.

Business | June 9, 2001, Saturday // 00:00 | Viewed: 484

FOUR CONSULTANTS UNITED IN BULGARIA

The incorporation of top expert companies for consulting services was announced officially today at Sheraton Sofia. WADSACK TREUHANDGESELLSCHAFT, WADSACK TRUST COMPANY, ESCHE SCH?MANN COMMICHAU and DR.

Business | June 9, 2001, Saturday // 00:00 | Viewed: 703

CZECH ENERGY FIRM TO SUE BULGARIAN PA

Energo-Pro, the largest private water energy corporation in Czech Republic will sue the Bulgarian Privatization Agency for not keeping the bidding procedure and already approved for signing agreement. The first meeting of Supreme Administrative Court is S

Business | June 9, 2001, Saturday // 00:00 | Viewed: 528

FREE TRADE BETWEEN BULGARIA AND ISRAEL

A free trade agreement between Bulgaria and Israel is signed on Friday. Most of the customs duties will be abolished right after the document is enforced.

Business | June 9, 2001, Saturday // 00:00 | Viewed: 516

SKF TOP BIDDDER FOR BEARINGS PLANT

Swedish roller bearings manufacturer SKF is selected as a top bidder for a bearings plant, part of state-owned Vazov Machine building Plant (VMZ), Bulgaria`s Privatisation Agency (PA) reported. `SKF has been selected as exclusive buyer because they have o

Business | June 9, 2001, Saturday // 00:00 | Viewed: 567

LIBYA PROMISED FAIR AIDS TRIAL

Foreign Minister Nadezhda Mihailova expressed Bulgaria`s serious concern over the course of the AIDS trial in Tripoli at a meeting with three EU ambassadors. Minister Mihailova appealed EU to give a very clear signal about the need for an objective approa

Business | June 9, 2001, Saturday // 00:00 | Viewed: 519

SECOND GSM READY SOON

80% of the base stations of the second GSM operator, about 50% of the network of Cosmo Bulgaria Mobile (CBM) is now ready, GloBul`s CEO Nikos Avgerinos said. At the end-week the installation works will begin.

Business | June 8, 2001, Friday // 00:00 | Viewed: 541

POLITICAL PARTIES WOO BUSINESS

The political powers in Bulgaria and the business circles are wooing each other these days. The first one to win votes, the latter relieves in future.

Business | June 8, 2001, Friday // 00:00 | Viewed: 528

EU NEGOTIATIONS SLIGHTLY AHEAD

aheadCouncil on European Integration adopted positions on 3 chapters of the EU accession negotiations – Agriculture, Free Movement of People and Social Policy and Employment, Vladimir Kissyov, Bulgaria`s Chief Negotiator with the EU and Deputy Foreign Min

Business | June 8, 2001, Friday // 00:00 | Viewed: 579

BALKAN AIR TO RESTORE MORE FLIGHTS

Bulgarian airline carrier `Balkan` is again listed in the computer reservation system Amadeus, after it was taken out in February, when it stopped flying. Re-opening of the flights to Frankfurt and Berlin is expected to take place at the end of June, wher

Business | June 8, 2001, Friday // 00:00 | Viewed: 508

NO THREAT FOR ELECTION BY SKOPIE CRISIS

There is no immediate threat to Bulgaria`s national security arising from the complicated situation in Macedonia and suspected Bulgaria`s involvement in the attack against Macedonian President Boris Traykovsky`s office on Wednesday, was an attempt to prov

Business | June 8, 2001, Friday // 00:00 | Viewed: 481

BULGARIA AGAINST MARTIAL LAW IN SKOPIE

PM Ivan Kostov convened an emergency sitting of the Security Council because of the complication of the crisis in Macedonia. Bulgarian Minister of Defense, Boiko Noev, commented that the introduction of martial law in Macedonia was not a solution of the p

Business | June 8, 2001, Friday // 00:00 | Viewed: 583

NO BULGARIAN TRACE IN SKOPIE SHOOTING

The owner of the car from which an unknown attacker shot twice at the office of Macedonian President Boris Trajkovsky on the second floor of the Parliament in Skopje on Wednesday, was not a Bulgarian citizen, Bulgarian Internal Minister, Emanyil Yordanov

Business | June 7, 2001, Thursday // 00:00 | Viewed: 612

NEW ID CARDS COULD CAUSE FALSIFICATIONS

Members of the King`s movement expressed apprehensions that the vote may turn out to be corrupt. The Election law is composed so that 4 to 7% of the votes may be changed in favor of a certain party, Dimitar Kerin, Chairman of the Bulgarian Association for

Business | June 7, 2001, Thursday // 00:00 | Viewed: 520

BG CAR INVOLVED IN SKOPIE SHOOTING

The gun attack to Macedonian presidency last night was done from a black Opel Vectra with Bulgarian registration label, was announced this morning. Skopie police said the car was registered by Macedonian firm in Bulgaria, but prefer to keep the name of th

Business | June 7, 2001, Thursday // 00:00 | Viewed: 653

FREE BREAKING NEWS PROMOTED

Free e-mail newsletter - Bulgarian Breaking News was promoted starting today. It is an English language daily service, providing hot political and business news on Bulgaria.

Business | June 7, 2001, Thursday // 00:00 | Viewed: 496

BULGARIA POPULATION COUNTED AT 8 149M

Bulgaria`s population numbered 8 149 500 by December 31, 2000, the data from National Statistical Institute (NSI), showed. The population figure dropped by 41 408 in 2000 due to the difference between the number of births and deaths.

Business | June 7, 2001, Thursday // 00:00 | Viewed: 489

BALKANPHARMA TO LOSE RUSSIAN MARKET

Balkanpharma Holding, Bulgaria`s biggest pharmaceutical manufacturer loses the right to export drugs to Russia, the Standart newspaper reads. The licensing contracts between the works in Troyan and Doupnitsa and Pharmachim Holding were canceled immediatel

Business | June 7, 2001, Thursday // 00:00 | Viewed: 527

MOODY`S TO LIFT THE RATING

In end-July 2000, the Moody`s credit agency shifted from a `positive` to `stable` the prospects under the B2 rating of Bulgaria. Bulgaria will be assessed when the next government voices its program, Plamen Oresharski, Deputy Finance Minister, said after

Business | June 7, 2001, Thursday // 00:00 | Viewed: 615

KOSTOV DESCRIBED KING AS SOCIALIST

King`s pronouncement yesterday sent such an obviously socialist message to the people that even George Purvanov (from Bulgarian Socialist Party) became enthusiastic, Bulgarian PM Ivan Kostov commented ex-monarch statement.

Business | June 7, 2001, Thursday // 00:00 | Viewed: 449
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