On the map of charging stations for electromobiles of the technological giant Tesla there is now a station that will be the first one built in Bulgaria as part of the company’s corridor connecting Europe with Turkey, the Ministry of Economy has said, cite
''The price of natural gas, which this country buys from Russia’s Gazprom to be renegotiated each year, while for the first two years, this renegotiating to be made once each six months.
Bulgaria may need more time to respond to concessions proposed by Russian gas giant Gazprom in an EU antitrust case, its energy minister says, adding that while Sofia see the concessions as positive it will like to see them expanded, Business Day writes,
Citizens of Bulgaria’s town Haskovo in Southeast Bulgaria have initiated a petition against the pollution of the local drinking water with uranium, BNR reported.
The second largest tobacco company according to its shares on the world market – British American Tobacco (BAT) announced that it has made substantial investments in Bulgaria and that it is signing contracts for the purchasing of leading brands from Bulga
Industrial production in the Eurozone in February 2016 marked a surprising decrease by 0.
According to preliminary data, in February 2017 the industrial production index of Bulgaria went up 3.
Russia’s gas monopoly, Gazprom, in March increased supplies to countries, which may be clients of the Turkish Stream projects, Russian TASS agency reports.
Over the next three months one thousand cubic meters of gas will cost BGN 363, exclusive of VAT, excise duty and transmission fees.
"There is conscious parallelism rather than a cartel in fuel trade," Commission on Protection of Competition (CPC) Yulia Nenkova told journalists on Friday, according to BTA.
In January 2017 compared to December 2016, there was a decrease reported in the production of solid fuels – by 5.
Industry in Bulgaria has one of the highest profit rates in Europe but pays some of the lowest salaries in the EU, an expert analysis of the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions in Bulgaria shows, cited by BNR.
An aircraft parts factory of French civil aircraft giant will operate in Plovdiv, Bulgaria's second-largest city, starting within a year, French Ambassador Eric Lebédel said last week.
Automobile sales posted a sharp year-on-year decrease in November, fresh data shows.
Bulgaria is facing a drastic shortage of people with the right skills and experience while hoping to position itself among IT leaders in southern Europe, the Financial Times writes.
The Bulgarian government is still waiting for a large automovite manufacturer to set up a vehicle assembly plant, the Financial Times notes in a report on the country.
One of the largest glass wrapping producer in the Balkans is to be acquired by Portugal's BA Glass, a declaration filed with the competition watchdog reveals.
US sensors manufacturer Sensata Technologies is to launch five hundred new openings in its three facilities across Bulgaria, its regional manager has said.
Bulgaria ranks first among ten European countries in its attractiveness to the automotive industry, a recent study of Automotive Cluster Bulgaria and Colliers International shows.
The future of railway transport belongs to the young, stated in his address to the participants in the Railway Forum 2016 Chairman of the Forum for Balkan Transport and Infrastructure Petar Mutafchiev.
Workers at the Bobov dol mines who threatened that they will not come out of the mine as a sign of protest against the reduction in salaries and their systematic delay have to the surface.
No Immediate Refugee Wave Threat to Bulgaria
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