An investment package of nearly EUR 150 M into the Bulgarian economy is being considered by leading copper producer Aurubis, the company's CEO Tim Kurt has said.
Students from the Technical University of Sofia will return to Shell Eco-marathon Europe later this month after a one-year pause, targeting a leading position in the UrbanConcept category.
Employees of the Ruse-based arms and ammunition manufacturer Dunarit are set to stage a protest on Friday over the government's decision to scrap the plant's license over a "threat to national security.
Mining production in Bulgaria will drop by 5-10% in 2015, according to Lachezar Tsotsorkov, Chair of the Management Board of the Bulgarian Chamber of Mining and Geology.
Economy Minister Bozhidar Lukarski said that Information Technolohy (IT) was the fastest-developing industry in the country and Bulgaria was best known worldwide for its experts in the field.
The worst economic crisis in Russia in a decade coupled with the devaluation of the rouble have affected Bulgarian companies in a negative way, as sales decrease and orders are being suspended.
US company Sensata, a leading supplier of sensors and controls, is building its second manufacturing plant in Bulgaria.
Regional units of the Bulgarian Investment Agency and the State Agency for Promotion of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) will be established in Plovdiv.
The Director of the Executive Agency for Vines and Wine Krasimir Koev said that Bulgarians have drunk around 100 million litres of wine in 2014.
Legendary Bulgarian PC brand Pravetz is to make the first sales of its Pravetz 64M laptop after having been out of business for more than two decades.
All major infrastructure projects in Bulgaria have been delayed by the previous Socialist-led government, Regional Development Minister Lilyana Pavlova has said.
In September, the EU market for new passenger cars expanded for the thirteenth consecutive month, totalling 1,235,501 units, the latest report released by the European Automobile Manufacturers Association.
Bulgaria ranks first in Europe in the extraction of copper and gold, data from the Bulgarian Chamber of Mining and Geology shows.
Bulgaria's General Labor Inspectorate launches a special information and inspection campaign in the construction sector as of August 11, Monday.
The Seasonally adjusted Industrial Production Index decreased by 1.3% in June 2014 as compared to May 2014, the preliminary data of the National Statistical Institute shows.
Representatives of Bulgarian agricultural organizations and the Ministry of Agriculture discussed the priorities for the next six-year EU programming period, Tuesday.
In May 2014 compared to April 2014, the seasonally adjusted volume of retail trade remained stable in the euro area and fell by 0.
A Chinese venture is planning to invest in production of probiotics and synbiotics in the Bulgarian town of Karlovo, municipal officials have revealed.
Some 50% of food in Bulgaria is produced in the grey market, and almost all fish sold on the local markets is illegal.
According to Eurostat data, Bulgaria's industrial production recorded significant increase of 1.4% on a monthly basis in April overcoming the drastic decrease of 1.5% in March.
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