Standart Daily BY Assia Mollova
Radio Deutsche Welle After the consequent round of the accession negotiations, which is the last one during the Belgian EU Presidency, most of the candidate-members have already opened almost all of the chapters of the negotiations and most of them have
Revenues of 6,981,918,700 BGN, expenditures of 7, 528, 130, 900 BGN and deficit of 546, 212, 200 BGN are set up in Bulgaria’s budget for 2002 according to approved at second reading text from budget bill 2002. Expected tax revenues are of 5, 450, 463, 100
Bulgarian Press Agency The gross stock of Bulgaria's external debt stood at 9,898.
Reuters Greece's Antenna TV that it would again bid to obtain a Bulgarian nationwide television licence following a high court ruling which retracted a licence it had won last year.
A report on the economic prospects of Bulgaria “The Government in search of economic strategies,” written by Marc Pointecker writes that statistical data show that Bulgaria’s way to EU is rather long. Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg and his Movement, which is
Bulgaria and Romania are most likely be acceded to the EU in 2007 since these two countries will not be able to meet all membership requirements and sign an agreement by late 2002, Lord Hannigfield, member of the EU Committee for the Regions (CR) said. He
Polish News Bulletin European Union ministers have agreed that the decision on which candidate countries will be cleared for entry in 2004 will be made at next year's October summit of EU leaders to be held in Brussels.
“Bulgaria wishes to be acceded to the European Union by 2004,” is the title of an interview with Bulgarian Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg published by the German daily Frankfurter Allgemeine Stellenmarkt on December 12. The interview was published on the occ
Bulgarian entrepreneurs are the most optimistic in Europe regarding the development of business next year, according to a survey conducted by the Association of European Chambers and Industry. The Economic Review 2002 survey was conducted in 24 countries
On the occasion of the centennial of the Nobel Prize, Swedish ambassador to Bulgaria Sten Ask, held an inspiring speech at the Sofia University on December 10. In the grand aula of the university Ask spoke at great lengths about the Nobel Prize, its histo
Cargo transit through the territories of neighbouring countries is the biggest problem of domestic forwarding companies, a research by the World Bank shows.
The first, initial results of a Eurobarometer survey in the 13 candidate countries, published by the European Commission, show overall clear support for European Union membership, but citizens of these countries still feel under-informed about the EU and
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