IMF Allocated on Saturday 11th tranche to Bulgarian economy in amount of $ 66 M or SDR 52.3 M.
King Simeon Second, who lives in exile in Madrid might run for prime minister, Daily Telegraph said in a broad article. The King, who comes relatively often to his native country might support a coalition in the forthcoming general elections.
Revenues from the first sales of non-operational assets of Vazov Engineering Works /VMZ/ Sopot amount to DEM 23 067, the Ministry of Economy announced. Sales of non-operational assets are part of the privatization strategy of VMZ, adopted by Minister of E
$100 M will invest Tokushukai Medical Corporation in the building and equipment of multi profile hi-tech hospital. It will be built in the center of Sofia and it will serve patients from the neighboring countries as well.
President Petar Stoyanov expressed his support for starting dialogue and finding reasonable solution to the crisis in the National Radio. Protests over the appointment of the new National Radio chief have been going on for more than 40 days now.
Each coalition in BG will be allowed to spend DEM 2 M at highest for its election campaign, the amount for single parties will be twice lower, parliamentary legislative comission decided. All participants must have clear invoices for the expenses.
The Israeli businessman Lev Leviev, owner of BG GSM operator MobilTel, plans to invest $200 M in the GSM operator in the next few years. The investment aims at developing the GSM network, raising the quality and reducing the prices of the services.
The parliament approved on Thursday The e-Signature bill, which come into power 6 months after prublication in the State Gazette. E-signatures will not be valid if transactions require qualified written form or if the act of holding of a document or a cop
The Spanish corporation Roca will invest near USD 6 M during the coming one year for production of bathroom equipments in a plant nearby Shoumen, NorthEast Bulgaria. Roca is already the official supplier of the the newly built Hilton in Sofia.
Three Bulgarian diplomats left Moscow already, ousted from Russian authorities as a response to the BG decision to ask three Russian diplomats to leave Sofia. Two of them left Moscow by car to Ukraina, the third left on a plane.
One of the largest local Internet providers ProLink is on sale, the owners announced. The investors might be telecommunications or financial companies interested to have sagnificant share on Bulgarian Internet market.
Balkan Airlines might get back partly its licence and resume the domestic flights to Varna and Burgas, at the sea shore. Balkan was announced insolvent, but there is still a small chance to implement recovery program.
50% more Chinese Tourists in Bulgaria
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