Bulgaria's lev closed at 1.9505/1.
30% of the Bulgarians think that the Simeon Saxe-Coburg manages with his duties as prime minister worse than they have expected, results from a poll, conducted by polling agency LINKS show. 23% of the surveyed say that the prime minister manages badly wit
Government’s foreign debt fell by USD 457,8 M in 2001 to preliminary USD 8,513 BLN on December 31, figures of the Central bank show. In comparison with November foreign debt marked a fall of USD 100 M and accounted for 67% of GDP at end-2001.
The state of Bulgarian-Russian relations could not be positively appraised at the moment, but the future is optimistic, the Bulgarian Foreign Minister Solomon Passy said in an interview for the Russian newspaper "Nezavisimaia gazeta".
The assets of Bulgarian banking system rose by 25 % in 2001 and reached BGN 12,2 BLN (USD 5,4BLN), figures of the Bulgarian National Bank, show. Confidence in the country’s banking system has been slowly recovering, after the severe financial crisis in 19
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65% of the Bulgarians define as “right” the decision to postpone the constituent assembly of the Simeon II National Movement, data from a telephone poll, conducted by the sociological agency MBMD show. According to 14% of the interviewed, the Constituent
The Bulgarian government shows signs of fatigue after the life standard continues to drop, an analysis by Reuters reads. According to the analysis, the image of General Boyko Borissov, chief secretary of the interior ministry casts shadow over the prime m
Confidence in the Bulgarian government, headed by Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg fell with 13% in January compared to results in November, results from a conducted survey by the sociological agency Alpha Research between January 11 and January 18 show.
Work on fifty short-term projects will continue this year in the framework of the Working Table on Democratisation and Human Rights under the Stability Pact, Deutsche Welle announced. A total of EUR 50 M have been released for the projects by the donor co
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.
Direct Investment into Bulgaria on the Rise Y/Y
A Third of Bulgarians Facing Energy Poverty