European Commission Vice-President Antonio Tajani revealed plans for a re-industrialization and moving away from financial and other services across the EU.
Swiss company "Reichle & De-Massari" has opened a hi-tech plant for design, manufacture and assembly of optic fiber components and platforms in the Bulgarian capital Sofia.
Toronto-based mining company Dundee Precious Metals has overcome one more important obstacle to its plans for a new open pit gold mine in southern Bulgaria.
Bulgaria observed EU's largest increase in the total industrial production price index in August 2012 compared with August 2011 (+7.
Bulgarian car maker Litex Motors, the local partner of the Chinese manufacturer Great Wall Motors, has presented the first ever Bulgarian-made Great Wall Voleex С10 to an 18-year-old who won a Facebook contest.
The Bulgarian government awarded Wednesday three prospecting permits for underground natural resources, according to the press office of the Council of Ministers.
Bulgaria's second-largest city Plovdiv ought to become the country's main hub for food production, according to President Rosen Plevneliev.
Bulgaria's First Investment Bank, the largest creditor of troubled Lead and Zinc Complex (OTzK) Kardzhali, said it will financially support the plant's new owner, Harmony 2012.
The assets of Bulgaria's bankrupt largest non-ferrous metal producer, the Lead and Zinc Complex (LZC, OTZK) in Kardzhali were sold Friday to the company Harmony 2012 Ltd.
Two bidders, wishing to purchase assets of Bulgaria's bankrupt largest non-ferrous metal producer, the Lead and Zinc Complex (LZC, OTZK) in Kardzhali, have emerged Thursday.
There are no bidders wishing to purchase assets of Bulgaria's bankrupted largest non-ferrous metal producer, the Lead and Zinc Complex (LZC, OTZK) in Kardzhali.
The public tender procedure for the privatization of VMZ Sopot, Bulgaria's largest, but troubled defense industry plant, will conclude in just two months.
Bulgaria's producer price index in the domestic market grew by 4.5% year on year in July 2012, according to the country's National Statistical Institute.
Bulgaria's largest cigarette-maker Bulgartabac Holding has seen its consolidated profit grow 8.5 times in the first half of 2012 year-on-year, the company announced Wednesday.
Three major car manufacturers are ready to invest in Bulgaria by the end of 2012, according to the country's Economy Minister, Delyan Dobrev.
At least 200 000 electric vehicles will be on Bulgarian roads by 2025, according to a forecast of the Bulgarian Electric Vehicles Industrial Cluster (EVIC) presented by the Bulgarian Industrial Association.
Australia has announced a recall of some 23 000 cars produced by Chinese brands Great Wall and Chery due to asbestos having been found in certain vehicles.
Bidders wishing to purchase certain assets of Bulgaria's bankrupted largest non-ferrous metal producer, the Lead and Zinc Complex (LZC, OTZK) in Kardzhali, have a month do so, as of Monday, August 13, 2012.
A private judicial enforcer has listed for sale 50% of severely financially troubled largest non-ferrous metal works, the Lead and Zinc Complex (LZC, OTzK) in Kardzhali.
Bulgaria's producer prices in industry in June 2012 grew by 3.3% as compared to the same month of 2011, according to the country's National Statistical Institute.
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