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LAST CHANCE TO INSURE VOLUNTARILY FOR 2D PENSION

The Bulgarians, born after December 31 1959, can choose their pension insurance companies during the week-end. The eight pension insurance companies are to work on Saturday and Sunday all over the country.

Business | September 29, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

MUSIC JAM FEST STARTS ON OCT 26

A ten day fest starts on October 26 in Hall N1 of the National Palace of Culture. The fest will end with a concert of the group `Bond`.

Society | September 29, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

24 HOURS:MINISTER IN US FOR MASONIC ANNIVERSARY

The Minister of State Administration Dimitur Kalchev took a seven days leave to participate in Masonic celebrations in the United States, 24 Hours Daily wrote, quoting Masonic sources. The celebrations are on the occasion of the 200 anniversary of the Hig

Politics | September 29, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

INVESTMENTS LAW REMOVAL REQUIRED

Removal of the foreign investment law was required at the First International Conference `Investment, Business and Law` by Dr. Maya Neidenowa, layer from Hamburg and one of the two organizers of the conference.

Business | September 29, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

ALMOST 50 000 SIGNATURES FOR STOYANOV ALREADY

Nearly 50 000 have signed in support of the re-election bid of President Petur Stoyanov. It is nearly three times the number of signatures Stoyanov and his running mate lawyer Neli Koutskova need to get registered as independent candidates for the 11 Nove

Politics | September 29, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

BULGARIA DENIES RESEARCH ON, STOCKPILING OF CHEMICAL, BACTERIOLOGICAL WEAPONS

BBC Monitoring Service, United Kingdom Foreign Minister Solomon Pasi and the Ministry of Defence on Friday [28 September] denied a report in The Guardian which links Bulgaria with the research and stockpiling of chemical and bacteriological weapons.

Views on BG | September 29, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

SELF-EMPLOYED FROM EU APPLICANT STATES ENTITLED TO RESIDENCE

Irish Times BY CAROL COULTER, LEGAL AFFAIRS CORRESPONDENT

Views on BG | September 29, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

US BUSINESS NEWLY STRUCTURED*

Abstracted from PRNewswire via COMTEX i:FAO, the corporate-side provider of business travel eProcurement software, has completed a process to restructure its complete US-based business.

Views on BG | September 28, 2001, Friday // 00:00

SELF EMPLOYED FROM EU APPLICANTS WITH RESIDENCE *

Irish Times BY CAROL COULTER, Legal Affairs Coordinator

Views on BG | September 28, 2001, Friday // 00:00

MINISTER DISCUSSES ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS IN BRUSSELS

On the second day of his visit to Brussels, Interior Minister Georgi Petkanov met his Belgian counterpart Antoine Duquesne, the Interior Ministry press office announced. Petkanov supported support the initiative of the Belgian Presidency of the EU agains

Politics | September 28, 2001, Friday // 00:00

DUTCHWOMAN REQUESTS ASYLUM IN BULGARIA

A Dutchwoman may request sanctuary from Bulgaria, BTA reported. Marika Kok, 43, told journalists that she left the Netherlands since the society there is intolerant towards her Islam faith.

Politics | September 28, 2001, Friday // 00:00

LEFTIST PARTY TO CHOOSE AMONG THREE FOR PRESIDENT

The Euro Leftist Party will choose among three people for President candidate. The possible candidates are: Ioan Kostadinov – Burgas Mayor, Boyko Rashkov, MP from `Coalition for Bulgaria` and Blagovest Sendov – Member and Deputy chairman of Parliament.

Politics | September 28, 2001, Friday // 00:00

US TEMPORARY VISAS TO BE PAID VIA BANK TRANSFER

Citibank is to accept the payment of the administrative fees for non- immigrant visas for the United States, starting October 1 through the branches of UnionBank. The new system is designed by the Consulate of the American Embassy for greater efficiency a

Business | September 28, 2001, Friday // 00:00

PM: RULING PARTY READY WITH PRESIDENT CANDIDATE

`The Simeon II National Movement has a nomination for President. It is another issue when the nomination will be announced,` the Bulgarian Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg said before a working lunch in Hilton hotel.

Politics | September 28, 2001, Friday // 00:00

GOVERNMENT APPROVES AGREEMENTS WITH LEBANON

`The Bulgarian government approved two agreements with Lebanon on commercial shipping and international inter modal transport,` the Cabinet`s information service announced after the regular meeting of the Council of Ministers on 27 September. The two agre

Politics | September 28, 2001, Friday // 00:00

NATIONAL MOVEMENT MP HURT IN AN ACCIDENT

Angel Tyurkedzhiev, Member of Parliament from the Simeon II National Movement, had an accident on the way from Kalotina to Sofia on September 27. His thigh bone was broken and his coxofemoral bone was dislocated.

Politics | September 28, 2001, Friday // 00:00

ALMOST BGN 90 M FOR SOCIAL ASSISTANCE

The Social Ministry will grant BGN 89,300 M to 630,000 poor families in Bulgaria. The money is to be used primarily for heating expenses of the families from November 2001 to March 2002.

Politics | September 28, 2001, Friday // 00:00

STOYANOV: COMMISSION`S DECISION `UNGROUNDED`

The current Bulgarian President Petur Stoyanov who is to run for second mandate called the decision of the Central Electoral Commission `ungrounded` and `without logic`. The Central Electoral Commission announced at a press conference on September 27 that

Politics | September 28, 2001, Friday // 00:00

JP MORGAN MAY CONSULT MONOPOLIES PRIVATIZATION

Privatisation Agency Director Apostol Apostolov met JP Morgan investment bank representatives on September 27. They discussed the forthcoming privatisation of monopolies and large infrastructure companies.

Business | September 28, 2001, Friday // 00:00

LUKOIL REDUCED FUEL PRICES

The Burgas LUKoil Neftochim refinery reduced end producer fuel prices as of midnight on September 27, the refinery`s press office announced. Petrol A-91 goes down 7.

Business | September 28, 2001, Friday // 00:00

INTERIOR MINISTER DISCUSSES COOPERATION WITH NATO

Bulgarian Interior Minister Georgi Petkanov met on September 27 with NATO Assistant Secretary General for Political Affairs Guenther Altenburg and the Director of the NATO Office of Security. The talks focused on the changed situation in light of the Sept

Politics | September 28, 2001, Friday // 00:00
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