Financial Times By JUDY DEMPSEY
Ministers and MPs of the Simeon II National Movement (SIINM) described Saturday's speech of leader of Simeon II National Movement and Prime Minister Simeon Saxe-Coburg as just criticism but said it was not a sign of forthcoming cabinet changes. They belie
“Our purpose today is not to establish a new political party but to find legal mechanisms that would guarantee the democratic nature of the movement," Simeon Saxe-Coburg said after announcing he would not run for leader of the party Simeon II National Mov
Competitive markets in Bulgaria emerged thanks to the importers rather than the local producers, the majority of Bulgarian and foreign companies representatives claim in a poll conducted by the Economic Development Centre. According to them the major obst
Current account deficit for January-November 2001 marked an increase of USD 206 M over 2000 and reached USD 771.5 M, or 5.
More than 400 people attended a memorial service in the Syracuse University (SU) for the Bulgarian student Simeon Popov, 27, who was shot and killed during a robbery attempt on January 20, the Syracuse daily The Post-Standard reported. A framed photograph
The minimum price of BGN 95 M, set by the Cabinet for the sale of Biochim bank, is too low, Svetoslav Gavriiski, Central bank head, said at a conference, quoted by Reuters. He expressed the hope that good bids may exceed that price.
The Bulgarians, working in foreign and Bulgarian institutions and companies in Bulgaria and abroad welcome the Cabinet’s idea of establishing Consultative Council on Economic Growth issues, an open letter to the Cabinet from members of Bulgarian Velikden,
The closure of the third and fourth units of the Nuclear Power Plant Kozloduy will lead to chain raise in the prices of the electricity producers in Bulgaria, Stefan Vodenicharov, chairman of the Kozloduy Protection National Committee said. According to h
The Associated Press Police charged a 21-year-old man with murder and accused him of driving the getaway car in a botched robbery that led to the shooting death of a pizza delivery man.
Itar-Tass By Vladimir Rogachov
Itar-Tass Bulgaria hopes to attract one billion dollars in Russian investments in its national economy within the next few years, Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister and Economy Minister Nikolay Vassilev who is paying a working visit to Moscow said in an exc
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“Nobody can say yet unequivocally whether Bulgaria and Romania will be among the countries that will join NATO first and be invited at the Prague summit,” Richard Cohen, former senior officer in NATO headquarters, and associate of George Marshall Center
NATO is to invite no more than seven countries for entry into the alliance at the Prague summit in November, German newspaper Berliner Zeitung wrote, citing informed sources in Brussels.
France's Louvre to Exhibit Treasures of Thracian King Seuthes III
Bulgaria Drops to 106th in World Press Freedom Index