Three major cities – Sofia, Varna, and Burgas – are increasingly becoming Bulgaria's key investment destinations, a trend that is exacerbating the country's depopulation, according to a report of the Institute for Market Economy (IME), a Sofia-based NGO.
Because of the economic crisis and ensuing unemployment a greater percentage of Bulgaria's population is seeking relocation opportunities in Sofia, with Varna and Burgas on the Black Sea coast also attracting some people as well as investments, the IME report entitled "Regional Profiles: Development Indicators" has concluded.
According to the report, the Western Bulgarian city of Kyustendil is generating the lowest interest among investments....
Investments leads to infrastructure and now we need a meaning of sustainability with transparency.
Bulgaria must articulate a capacitation program to protect and preserve its population with dignity and quality of life as a new EMERGING ECONOMY in the Balkans.
Bulgaria must enter in a fase that leads the development of the the Balkan Ports using the Ports of Ghent, Rotterdam, Flessinger and the Brazilian Port of Manaus as examples for Bulgarian Trade in the Balkans.
Let heavy industry return to Bulgaria with a sustanable spirit we call a "Duty Free Zone" leading to a universal trade agreement through globalization and JOB DEVELOPMENT.
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