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BULGARIAN–REGISTERED EFEKTEN&FINANZ BULGARIA WILL BUY FOR USD 5,5 M A ...

Bulgarian–registered Efekten&Finanz Bulgaria will buy for USD 5,5 M a 57% stake in Bulgarian cosmetics maker Alen Mak, the Privatization Agency announced. The contract is expected to be concluded by a month.

Politics | December 11, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

PRESIDENT BUSH SAID A VIDEOTAPE OF OSAMA BIN LADEN PURPORTEDLY BRAGGIN...

President Bush said a videotape of Osama bin Laden purportedly bragging about the September 11 terrorist attacks will show viewers that he is guilty of "incredible murder." The tape will be shown today.

World | December 11, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

POLAND AGAINST BULGARIA’S FIRST WAVE EU ACCESSION

Polish News Bulletin M Leszek Miller and Hungarian PM Viktor Orban have visited Paris before the EU summit in Laeken.

Views on BG | December 11, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

FORMER YUGOSLAV PRESIDENT SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC HAS REFUSED TO ENTER A PL...

Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic has refused to enter a plea on genocide charges at the U.N.

World | December 11, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

EC TO REVISE ACCESSION PROCESS SCHEDULE FOR BULGARIA AND ROMANIA

Louis Michel, Belgium’s Foreign Minister announced that the European Commission will prepare a report on the progress made by Bulgaria and Romania. Michel will chair the meeting at the level of ministers which is held in Brussels within the framework of t

Politics | December 11, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

BULGARIA ALSO MARKED THREE MONTHS FROM SEPTEMBER 11 ASSAULTS

Three months from the September 11 terrorist assaults in New York were marked on December 11 in the Bulgarian capital Sofia with a brief public ceremony. The ceremony was held as a response to the call of the American President Bush to honor the memmory o

Politics | December 11, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

SOUTH KOREA HAS UNVEILED ITS NEWEST AND ARGUABLY MOST SPECTACULAR FOOT...

South Korea has unveiled its newest and arguably most spectacular football stadium, the last of 20 venues to be built or redeveloped for next year's World Cup. Seogwipo Stadium on the resort island of Jeju is the last of South Korea's World Cup facilities

World | December 11, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

ISRAELI ATTACK HELICOPTERS STRUCK TARGETS IN BEIT HANUN IN NORTHERN GA...

Israeli attack helicopters struck targets in Beit Hanun in northern Gaza early in the morning on December 11, CNN reported, citing Palestinian sources. Witnesses identified the targets as a building housing Palestinian President Yasser Arafat's personal g

World | December 11, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

DIPLOMATS EXPECT BRITAIN TO ANNOUNCE ON DECEMBER 11 IT WILL LEAD AN IN...

Diplomats expect Britain to announce on December 11 it will lead an international peacekeeping force in Afghanistan. Although the force won't be composed of United Nations peacekeepers, diplomats say the Afghan leadership and contributing countries want t

World | December 11, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

BULGARIAN LITERARY MAGAZINE "PLAMAK" PRESENTS DUTCH ISSUE

The Dutch Ambassador to Bulgaria, Baroness Henriette van Lynden, hosted the presentation of a "Dutch" issue of the esteemed Bulgarian literary magazine 'Plamak' on December 11. This edition of Plamak is dedicated to 15 contemporary Dutch novelists, like H

Society | December 11, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

INTERNATIONAL GENTLEMEN'S DINNER GATHERS FOR THE FIFTH TIME

The fifth International Gentlemen's Dinner takes place in the Preslav Restaurant of the Sheraton on December 11. This slightly seclusive company gathers about every two months.

Society | December 11, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

FUNDING FOR LUBRICANTS PRODUCER SOUGHT URGENTLY

Bulgaria’s debt-ridden lubricants producer Bimas is seeking urgently fresh funding to cover its BGN 5 M outstanding debt to suppliers and resume production. According to officials the company’s problems were caused by the outdated equipment and inefficien

Business | December 11, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

AL BANO PERFORMED WITH BULGARIAN SINGERS IN SOFIA

The famous Italian singer Al Bano sang in the National Palace of Culture together with the Bulgarian composer Stephan Diomov, the stars of "Tonica" family, Toni Dimitrova, Bogdana Karadocheva and Boris Godzhunov. The Italian arrived in Sofia on December 9

Society | December 11, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

RUSSIAN SHIP DISCHARGES FRESH FUEL FOR NUCLEAR POWER PLANT

A Russian sip discharged fresh fuel for Bulgaria’s nuclear power plant Kozloduy at the Black Sea port of Varna on December 10. Thus the route for fresh fuel supply to the plant by sea was completed.

Business | December 11, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

BALKAN AIRLINES ASSETS MAY GET HIGHER EVALUATION

Flag Carrier’s Creditors are to discuss a new, higher valuation of the company’s assets. According to Olga Milenkova, Balkan’s receiver, the previous estimate of BGN 128 M prepared earlier this year by international consultants KPMG was lower than the one

Business | December 11, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

BULGARIA AND ESTONIA WILL SIGN FREE TRADE AGREEMENT TODAY

Bulgaria and Estonia will sign a free trade agreement on December 11. “Having such agreements with the Baltic countries complies with the Bulgarian foreign policy priorities, experts from the Economy Ministry commented.

Business | December 11, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

USD 18 M TO BE INVESTED IN BANSKO’S NEW SKIING ZONE

At least USD 18 M should be invested in a project for a skiing zone in Bansko - one of the best Bulgarian winter resorts. The project includes a cable car, new ski runs and equipment, canteens, recreation facilities, doctor's offices, a police department,

Business | December 11, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

WORLD BANK: CUSTOMS LEGISLATIONS IS TOO COMPLICATED

Cargo transit through the territories of neighbouring countries is the biggest problem of domestic forwarding companies, a research by the World Bank shows.

Views on BG | December 11, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

AMENDMENTS ENVISAGE LOWER NATURAL GAS PRICES FOR LOCAL INDUSTRIES

Natural gas for local industries at about 37% lower prices than the current levels is envisaged by the amendments to the Energy Law, passed by Parliament last week. Under the amendments glass factories and chemical fertilizer plants, which are the biggest

Business | December 11, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

CONSULTANT TO ADVISE CABINET ON GAS MARKET LIBERALIZATION

The Energy Agency considers a tender for an international consultant to the government on the planned liberalization of the market as of 2002, Dnevnik Daily reported. The consultant will be required to complete the study of Bulgaria’s market in six months

Business | December 11, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00
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