The New York Times By AMEI WALLACH
The governance of the Simeon II National Movement more and more turns into part of the problems of the people and becomes harmful, Sergey Stanishev, Socialist leader said in Gabrovo. Asked what are his party's requirements and demands from the government,
Nearly 400 students, studying business and economics have applied for the new program of the Economy Ministry “Bulgaria Dream”, Irina Burova, expert with the ministry, responsible for the project told novinite.com.
The following interview with Bulgaria's Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg was taken by Bulgaria's correspondent for Spanish ABC Rafael Alvarado before the meeting of the European Council in Barcelona. Q: What are the Cabinet’s priorities in accelerating the EU
Foreign Minister Passy has the highest rating in the Cabinet with 54%, a survey of MBMD shows. President Parvanov is the only politician, whose rate of approval goes up, still he ranks just third with 52% of approval among Bulgaria’s most popular politici
Bulgaria with its population of 8,2 million has absolutely no chances to join EU with the first wave of countries, the German newspaper die Welt writes. The article announces that for the first time ministers from all EU candidate states participate in th
Statement of James W. Pardew, ambassador-designate to the Republic of Bulgaria, before the senate committee on foreign relations
BARCELONA (AFX) EU governments agreed to raise their average Official Development Assistance (ODA) to developing countries to 0.
LUKoil - Bulgaria raised the production prices of fuels, starting from March 14, the company announced. The change in prices is prompted by the situation on the oil products market, the company explained.
The International Monetary Fund expressed approval of the Cabinet’s consistency in pursuing its economic program in its latest report to IMF President Horst Koehler issued at the beginning of March. The report, which presents Bulgaria’s two-year stand-by
The World Bank will participate in the construction of a Skopje-Sofia railway and other transport communications between Macedonia and Bulgaria with technical assistance, Bulgarian Foreign Minister Passy said in an interview for Skopje newspaper Vecher, s
The Bulgarian Parliament is haunted by a ghost – the influence of Former PM’s Chief of Staff Stoyan Ganev, the German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung wrote. According to the article the same ghost roams in the ruling Simeon II National Movement a
January receipts from industrial exports fell by 11,6 % over the previous year, mainly due to a drop in exports of metals and chemicals, data of the National Statistics Institute show. In January receipts from metals and metal products were down by 23,9%
Demands for credits rose slightly in the last week of February as interest rates fell, data of the Bulgarian National Bank shows. Between February 23 and March 1 the banks extended new credits amounting to BGN 55,5 M, up 7,98% compared to the week before.
The Associated Press ATHENS, Greece - Judicial investigators will make a full probe of alleged improprieties by Greece's main telecommunications firm to secure a deal for a mobile telephone license in Bulgaria, the government said Tuesday.
The assessment of the planned Brady-Eurobond exchange depends on details, which are yet to be clarified and the success of the deal on the market, Piritta Sorsa, Resident Representative of the International Monetary Fund, said. She pointed out that IMF su
“The coalition between the Simeon II National Movement (SNM) and the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) will have a comfortable enough majority to pass legislation, but will increasingly divided over unpopular policy measures increase, “ The Economist
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