Bulgaria's industrial production grew by 1,6% in July 2009 compared to the previous month.
The market evaluation of Bulgaria's obsolete steel mill Kremikovtzi is BGN 837 M, according to the appraisers' report published on the company's internet site.
The 57 largest creditors of the Bulgarian steel mill Kremikovtzi are ready to capitalize their debts and become shareholders according to Podkrepa union leader Lyudmil Pavlov.
About 300 workers in the Lead and Zinc Plant in Bulgaria's Kardzhali started a spontaneous strike on Wednesday.
The Bulgarian arms producers have demanded special state measures for protecting their business.
Bulgaria's export of textile products and clothes is expected to decline by 15%-20% in the fall of 2009 and the winter of 2010.
The sales of Bulgarian cosmetics producer Rubella on the EU market have increased by 25% in the first half of 2009 compared to the same period of 2008.
Bulgaria's industry and trade have been affected substantially by the effects of the global financial and economic crisis according to latest statistical data.
The Bulgarian National Shipbuilding and Ship-repairing Association (BULNAS) is demanding a government bailout aid of BGN 200 M.
The workers of "Rousse Shipyard" in Bulgaria's Danube city of Ruse have received a 50% of one monthly salary Tuesday.
Bulgaria's ailing steel giant has a new "Health Plan" after its assignee in bankruptcy, Tsvetan Bankov, submitted it to the Sofia City Court Monday.
Over 600 workers from the "Rousse Shipyard" Jsc, the shipbuilding plant in Bulgaria's Danube city of Ruse, have declared civil disobedience over delayed salaries.
Two of Bulgaria's five cement factories, Devnya Cement Jsc and Vulkan Cement Jsc are going to shut down temporarily over the lack of demand created by the global economic crisis.
Bulgaria's Prista Oil Group, one of Eastern Europe's biggest makers of lubricants, has bought a 92 % stake in Hungarian chemical producer Bogdany Petrol, the latter announced.
The Bulgarian cement producer Zlatna Panega Cement Jsc registered a net profit increase of 46% in 2008.
Bulgaria's National Company "Industrial Zones" Jsc was formally presented Wednesday by the Economy Minister, Petar Dimitrov.
Ideal Standard Vidima announced over the weekend they were planning to discharge an additional 153 workers due to the reduced production volume.
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