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BUSINESS REPRESENTATIVES AND SYNDICATES WILL BUILD A SYSTEMS FOR INVES...

Business representatives and syndicates will build a systems for investments in the human resources field was agreed at a meting between the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions and Business Club “Vuzrazhdane.”

Politics | December 13, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

THE TEACHERS FROM BURGAS WILL GO ON A ONE-HOUR STRIKE ON DECEMBER 17TH...

The teachers from Burgas will go on a one-hour strike on December 17th since they are not going to be paid BGN 250 for working outfit that the municipality owes to them.

Politics | December 13, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

CABINET DECIDED TO RELEASE GENERAL ANGUEL KATSARTSEV FROM THE POSITION...

Cabinet decided to release General Anguel Katsartsev from the position Director of Military Information Service because of his retirement age.

Politics | December 13, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND WILL REVISE ITS ECONOMIC GROWTH FORECA...

The International Monetary Fund will revise its economic growth forecast at global level, Reuters reported. Twice a year the IMF publishes the “World Economic Outlook”.

World | December 13, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

'MEIN KAMPF' PUBLISHED IN BULGARIA

Associated Press By Veselin Zhelev

Views on BG | December 13, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

GREEK ANTENNA TO BID AGAIN FOR BULGARIA TV LICENCE

Reuters Greece's Antenna TV that it would again bid to obtain a Bulgarian nationwide television licence following a high court ruling which retracted a licence it had won last year.

Views on BG | December 13, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

PARLIAMENT VOTED OVER BGN 2 BLN REVENUES IN PENSION FUND

Parliament started debates on State Assistance budget bill for 2002 at second reading on December 13. The budget agreed total BGN 139,640,000.

Politics | December 13, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

EX MINISTER CALLS DEPUTY PM INCOMPETENT, DEPUTY PM ANSWERS BACK

Nikolay Vassilev, Deputy Prime Minister is not fit for the position and should quit, former Finance Minister Muravey Radev stated in parliament on December 12. He disclosed an order by Nikolay Vasilev according to which the National Electric Company /NEC/

Politics | December 13, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

UNION OF DEMOCRATIC FORCES TO DISCUSS DRAFT STATUTE OVER WEEKEND

The Union of Democratic Forces (UDF) leadership will hold a seminar over the weekend on December 15 –16 at the Borovets resort. Amendments to UDF statute are reportedly going to be discussed.

Politics | December 13, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

TOKYO BLOCKED THE PUBLICATION OF A EUROPEAN UNION STUDY THAT WARNED JA...

Tokyo blocked the publication of a European Union study that warned Japan was at high risk for mad cow disease, a local newspaper has reported. Citing a 12-page document dated February 1, the newspaper reported that the EU study blamed misguided Japanese

World | December 13, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

A TAPE RELEASED TODAY BY THE PENTAGON SHOWS OSAMA BIN LADEN DISCUSSING...

A tape released today by the Pentagon shows Osama bin Laden discussing the September 11 attacks, saying: "All that we had hoped for" was collapse of floors above where planes hit,” "We calculated in advance the number of casualties" based on "position of

World | December 13, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

INDIA RECOMMENDS PROVISIONAL DUTIES AGAINST BULGARIAN IMPORTS

Directorate General of Anti-Dumping and Allied Duties (DGAD) under India’s Commerce Ministry has recommended imposition of provisional duties against imports of acrylic fibre from Bulgaria, Asian News Network Asia Pulse reported on December 12. The other

Business | December 13, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

AGREEMENT WITH IMF REACHED

The Bulgarian Government and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) reached an agreement. The agreement is for two years and is for USD 300 M, Finance Minister Velchev announced in Parliament on December 14.

Business | December 13, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

THE EUROPEAN COURT OF JUSTICE WILL DELIVER ITS FINAL VERDICT ON DECEMB...

The European Court of Justice will deliver its final verdict on December 14 over whether the French are breaching European law by refusing to accept beef from Britain.

World | December 13, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

41 PROGRAMS APPROVED FOR SAPARD FUNDING

A total of 112 projects have applied for funding under the SAPARD program, which will star in the summer. 41 of them have already been approved and 59 have been rejected.

Business | December 13, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

ANOTHER BULGARIAN GROUP LEAVES FOR ANTARCTICA IN JANUARY 2002

A third group from the Bulgarian national expedition to Antarctica will leave for the continent on January 14, the Director of the Bulgarian Antarctic Institute, Associate Professor Hristo Pimpirev announced. Pimpirev and two other scientists, Senior Rese

Society | December 13, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

FIRE BURST IN THE CENTRAL BUILDING OF THE RAILWAYS COMPANY

A huge fire burst in the central building of the Bulgarian State Railways Company in Sofia in the night of December 13. The fire destroyed 500 square meters of the building.

Politics | December 13, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

BIGGEST LEAD/ZINC SMELTER TO POST BGN 2,5 M LOSS

Plovdiv-based KTZM, Bulgaria’s biggest lead and zinc smelter expect its 2001 losses to reach BGN 2,5 M. The loss was due mainly to record low global prices and the investment of USD 40 M in a major economic upgrade of production facilities.

Business | December 13, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

US COMPANY PURCHASED 75% OF INCOMS TELECOM HOLDING

The Privatisation Agency /PA/ sold to the US C.P.

Business | December 13, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

JAN-OCT. INDUSTRIAL EXPORTS DOWN 0,3 %OVER 2000

Industrial exports for the first ten months of 2001 were 0,3 % lower over 2000, data of the National Statistics Institute show. This was caused mainly by the global economic slowdown, low domestic demand and fall in traditional exports prices on the world

Business | December 13, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

RESHUFFLES IN BUSTRAD INSURER BOARD MEMBERS

Bulstad, Bulgaria’s private insurance company, elected a new executive board on December 12 that would be headed by Roumen Yantchev .A shareholders meeting of the company also elected a new supervisory board.

Business | December 13, 2001, Thursday // 00:00
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