Since the end of September, gasoline sales have been banned at North Korean commercial petrol stations.
Tomorrow, October 4, firms can start making bids for the design, construction and introduction of an electronic toll collection system for the use of the Republican Road Network.
By 2020 95% of jobs will require at least minimal digital skills.
Increasing road costs through the toll system will result in serious losses for transport companies, reports Bnt.
You can get 15 to 18 minutes faster from Plovdiv to village of September after the modernization of the railway track.
"The rehabilitation program does not stop, the next year will be even more dynamic with even more rehabilitation of Bulgarian compartment blocks".
Ryanair low-cost airline announced that it canceled another 18,000 flights between November this year and March next year.
In Kardzhali begins the construction of a high-tech factory, reports novini.
Large-scale construction for over BGN 5 million started in Targovishte, reports Bgnes.
Tobacco products and bottled alcoholic beverages will be sold with a new excise label from 1 January 2018.
For one year - in 2018, the release of new funds under the National Rehabilitation Program will be halted.
Domaine Boyar Deer Point Chardonnay, Bulgaria 2016 (£7.
''Infrastructure investments will continue in 2018, using funds from operational programs, from national and municipal budgets.
The Ryanair low-cost carrier promises to solve the problem of over 95% of the affected passengers from the cancelled 2100 flights of the airline until the end of the week, reports Mediapool.
Every country in the Balkans should be connected by rail and highway to each other, as we are connected with Skopje, Belgrade, Tirana.
New car registrations in Bulgaria increased with impressive 15.
In July 2017, 3 114 accommodation establishments - hotels, motels, camping sites, mountain chalets and other establishments for short-term accommodation with more than 10 bed-places were functioned in the country.
Bulgaria’s arms exports reached unprecedented volumes in 2016, with the total value of the deals surpassing one billion euros, the annual report by the state commission for export control shows, Bulgaria Insight reports.
Bulgaria's agriculture ministry said it expects more than 200,000 tonnes of grapes from this year's harvest to be processed into wine, reported See News.
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