Bulgaria's Environment Minister Nona Karadzhova has broken the ground for the construction of a glass recycling plant in the village of Ravno Pole near the capital Sofia.
The export of Bulgaria's largest pharmaceutical company Sopharma has seen a substantial growth of 38% in the first half of 2010.
German company Hochtief and Greek company Helector have lodged an appeal with Bulgaria's Competition Protection Commission over the outcome from the tender to select a builder of the future Sofia waste treatment plant.
The increase in the price of natural gas mandated starting Thursday will be detrimental to Bulgarian economy and exports, according to industry representatives.
Companies from the People's Republic of China have made clear their interest not only in building and managing an industrial zone in Bulgaria, but also in leasing a Bulgarian airport.
The first Bulgarian factory for the recycling of old electric appliances and equipment was opened Monday in the town of Novi Iskar near Sofia.
Bulgaria's electronics export to Germany has surpassed its import of German-made appliances in the first quarter of 2010.
Toronto-based mining company Dundee Precious Metals has abandoned plans for a gold mine near Bulgaria's Krumovgrad using cyanide technology.
Chinese car parts manufacturer KSM Dongfang is going to purchase machines and equipment for EUR 1.8 M from the Ilinden factory located in Bulgaria’s Pleven.
Bulgaria has managed to generate interest with Chinese companies and authorities for the setting up of a joint large-scale industrial zone at Bozhurishte near its capital Sofia.
Bulgaria has formally invited Chinese companies to participate in the creation of a joint industrial zone at Bozhurishte near Sofia.
Bulgaria's government has approved a decision to set up a new industrial zone in the Bozhurishte Municipality outside of Sofia.
The combined profit of the major Bulgarian pharmaceutical companies has seen a strong increase of 26% in the first quarter of 2010.
Bulgarian rose producers are to meet with the Agriculture Minister in order to discuss the state subsidies that they receive.
Bulgarian producer of electric and LPG forklifts Di-Ven Ltd has presented the first Bulgarian electric light truck.
Former top managers of one of Bulgaria's largest military factories - VMZ Sopot - are being investigated over suspected abuses that may have contributed to the dire financial situation of the plant.
Bulgaria's timber industry grew by 50% in the first four months of 2010 year-on-year.
The company Carlsberg Bulgaria currently ranks second on the Bulgarian beer market, after Zagorka AD, and ahead of Kamenitza AD.
Canada-based mining company has started a diamond drilling program at its Breznik Gold Project in Bulgaria.
In March 2010, Bulgaria's industrial production is up nearly 2% year on year, data published Monday by the National Statistics Institute (NSI) shows.
Bulgarian producer prices in the industrial sector rose 5.2% in March on annual basis, National Statistical Institute (NSI) data showed on Friday.
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