Industrial production in Bulgaria was up 1.4% in January and grew 2.3% on a yearly basis.
The E.Miroglio company, leader on the international textile market, will invest BGN 55M in its textile factories in Bulgaria's cities of Sliven, Yambol and Svishtov in 2014.
Agriculture Minister Dimitar Grekov will inaugurate Bulgaria's stand at the Paris International Agricultural Show SIA 2014.
Textile and clothing industries in Bulgaria are at their peak as the export of garments and fabric reached a record-high of EUR 1.
Bulgarians consume some of the finest food products in the EU, said Deputy Minister of Agriculture Yavor Getchev at the opening of a forum near the city of Varna.
The automotive clusters of Bulgaria and the German state of Saxony have signed a cooperation agreement at a ceremony Tuesday attended by Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev.
The Producer Price Index on Domestic Market in Bulgaria in December 2013 remained at the level of the previous month.
Bulgaria's IT sector is in urgent need of specialists, according to Peter Ivanov, Chair of Bulgarian Association of Information Technologies (BAIT).
The automobile supplier, Nexans autoelectric will set up an assembly facility in the Bulgarian city of Pleven, Investbulgaria agency informed.
Some 11.9 M new cars were registered in the EU last year, a decline of 1.7% compared with the previous year, according to statistics.
A German investor intends to build a cable factory in Bulgaria's northwestern city of Pleven.
Bulgaria's seasonally adjusted industrial production index increased by 0.2% in November 2013 as compared to October 2013, according to preliminary data of the National Statistical Institute (NSI).
The Producer Price Index on Domestic Market in Bulgaria in November 2013 remained at the level of the previous month, according to the country's National Statistical Institute, NSI.
The Producer Price Index on Bulgaria's Domestic Market in October 2013 decreased by 0.2% compared to the previous month.
Entrepreneurs expect to make 7.2% more investments in Bulgaria in the current year, in comparison with the previous 2012.
Stancho Petkov, CEO of Bulgarian state weapons company TEREM, will be dismissed from his position, announced Bulgarian Minister of Defense Angel Naydenov.
Dundee Precious Metals Chelopech said it will defer any further work on the second stage of the Pyrite Treatment project in Bulgaria after results showed that it will not be commercially viable under current market conditions.
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