Union of Right and Freeedom, mainly the Turkish minority party was rejected registration in key region of Blagoevgrad today with the formal reson that the delayed over the final deadline - 7 p.m.
The US AremisSoft, a leading software supplier listed at Nasdaq (AREM), USD 525 M market capitalization, reaffirmed today its Bulgarian contract with the National health Insurance Fund. The contract was signed back in December 1999 for IT solutions at the
The privatization deal for the state monopolist State Insurance Institute (SII) will be finalized most likely by the end of May. The only bidder for SII is a consortium between TBI Holdings and the SII 2000 MEBO.
- Bulgarian hauliers will travel visa-free to EU member countries, Nadezhda Mihailova, Minister of Foreign Affairs, announced. The sensitive issue for the Bulgarian hauliers was the crossing of the Greek and Italian borders.
A Bulgarian levs (BGN) 727,000 subsidy was extended by the Cabinet for additional financing of the institutional building of the information system for the combat of crime. Introduction of the system was initiated back in 1998.
The managing body of the Bulgarian national radio was dismissed on the decision of the National Council for Radio and Television. Ivan Borislavov is removed from the director`s post in compliance with the court ruling stating that he had been elected ille
The UK-based Sky Vision, one of the biggest satellite Internet suppliers in Europe, chose ITD Network as a strategic partner for Bulgaria. The deal is part of the plans of Sky Vision`s for expansion in Eastern Europe.
Partnership between private and public business discissed today at Hilton Sofia businessmen, mayors, NGO representatives. Sofia`s mayor Stefan Sofiansky made opening remarks, Susan Hamilton, director in Prince of Wales International Business Leaeders Foru
Bulgarian Highest Court declared today National Radio direcor Ivan Borislavov illegal. He was appointed by National Council for radio and television a coupple of months ago and the decision was followd by journalistic protests all over the country and in
Zeevi Holdings, owner of a 75% stake in Balkan Airlines, must pay $5,643,664 in damages, the Privatization Agency announced. The penalty was imposed for default on investment commitments for a year and a half, from the date of the agreement, June 30, 1999
50% more Chinese Tourists in Bulgaria
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