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A DRAWING OF THE PUPIL FROM SILISTRA SONYA PETROVA WILL BE DISPLAYED A...

A drawing of the pupil from Silistra Sonya Petrova will be displayed at the Tate Gallery in London. She was awarded the first prize in the 9th-12th grade age group at the national round of the international competition for child artists entitled "Nature-E

Politics | October 30, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

EIGHTEEN COMPANIES HAVE BOUGHT INFORMATION MEMORANDUMS FOR THE SALE OF...

Eighteen companies have bought information memorandums for the sale of 78% of Energoproekt of Sofia, the Privatisation Agency announced, quoted by Pari Daily. The company will be sold via public competition.

Politics | October 30, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

THE THREE BIGGEST FERTILISER PRODUCERS IN BULGARIA, NEOCHIM AD OF DIMI...

The three biggest fertiliser producers in Bulgaria, Neochim AD of Dimitrovgrad, Agropolychim and Chimco of Vratsa, will set up an association of fertiliser works, Pari Daily wrote. The association was set up to protect the interests of the chemical works

Politics | October 30, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

WORLD BANK, IMF EXPERTS TO ASSESS FINANCIAL SECTOR

The Bulgarian Minister of Finance Milen Velchev met representatives of the International Monetary Fund /IMF/ and the World Bank /WB/ in connection with the joint Financial Sector Assessment Programme /FSAP/ of the two financial institutions, Pari Daily wr

Business | October 30, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

FIRST WATER AMUSEMENT PARK TO OPEN IN 2002

“Bulgaria’s first water amusement park is to be constructed in the seaside resort Golden Sands,” Nikolay Nedkov, Executive Director of the resort, said on October 29. The Spanish company Action Park, a world leader in entertainment facilities, is in charg

Business | October 30, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

DISCUSSIONS ON THE FIRST DAY OF THE EUROPEAN UNION-BULGARIA JOINT PARL...

Discussions on the first day of the European Union-Bulgaria Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) centred on the progress Bulgaria has made so far and the accompanying difficulties. Among the most urgent problems that the country must overcome members of th

Politics | October 30, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

GLOBAL BECAME PARTNER OF THE SOFTWARE LEADER EMC

Global Consulting announced on October 30 that it becomes partner of the leading storage information systems EMC? Corporation. The manager of Global Consulting Dimitur Djendov and the regional manager of EMC? Henryk Blader announced that at a press confer

Business | October 30, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

TNT FIRST IN BG WITH `INVESTOR IN PEOPLE` STANDARD

The International express transport TNT company is the first company in Bulgaria to be awarded with the internationally acknowledged certificate `Investor in People.` The standard recognizes the company’s involvement in the training and improvement of the

Business | October 30, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

HEATING CHARGE FIXED AT 20% OF SERVICE PRICE

Amendments to the Energy Act were tabled in Parliament, experts from Bulgaria’s State Agency on Energy and Energy Resources announced. The amendments provide for a two-component price, which will include the production costs and the infrastructure mainten

Business | October 30, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

CABINET TO DISCUSS NATO REPORT

The Cabinet is to discuss the edited version of the “Structural Review of Bulgarian Armed Forces” report in a few days, Dnevnik Daily wrote. The report, together with many critical notes, was sent back to Bulgaria from NATO headquarters in Brussels a mont

Politics | October 30, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

C-BANK CHANGES VALUE DATE OF BANKS’ DEALS

Commercial banks will be allowed to use their euro-denominated positions at their minimum required reserves to buy BGN, Bulgarian National Bank (BNB) dealers announced on October 29. The new decision becomes effective as of November 1, 2001.

Business | October 30, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

FINANCE MINISTRY DENIES FOREIGN DEBT BUY-BACK

Bulgaria’s Finance Ministry denied media reports about a buy-back of a part of the state foreign debt. According to Bulgarian Capital weekly in September 2001 the Finance Ministry bought back Bulgarian discount Brady bonds for USD 46 M.

Business | October 30, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

CABINET CONSIDERS BALKAN AIRLINES LIQUIDATION

A working group with the Bulgarian Ministry of Transport and Communications is discussing Bulgaria’s national carrier Balkan Airlines liquidation, Dnevnik Daily wrote, quoting a source from the ministry. The company could be declared insolvent since the s

Business | October 30, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

THE BULGARIAN PRIME MINISTER SIMEON SAXE-COBURG DELIVERED A WELCOMING ...

The Bulgarian Prime Minister Simeon Saxe-Coburg delivered a welcoming speech to the participants in the thirteenth conference of the Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) Bulgaria-European Union (EU). He recalled that the Bulgaria`s accession to the Europea

Politics | October 29, 2001, Monday // 00:00

PRESIDENT AND MINISTERS DISCUSS CABINET PROGRAM

The Bulgarian President Stoyanov met Finance Minister Milen Velchev and Deputy Prime Minister and Economy Minister Nikolay Vassilev on October 29. The meeting took place on the initiative of President Stoyanov.

Politics | October 29, 2001, Monday // 00:00

BUDGET 2002 DRAFT TO ENTER PARLIAMENT ON OCT. 31

On October 29, the Cabinet had an extraordinary meeting, during which the Ministry of Finance presented the draft of budget 2002 and the envisaged tax amendments. The ministers stated what their proposals and objections to the drafted budget are.

Business | October 29, 2001, Monday // 00:00

A MEMORIAL PLAQUE OF BORIS III WILL BE OFFICIALLY PUT UP IN RAZGRAD ON...

A memorial plaque of Boris III will be officially put up in Razgrad on November 2, Dnevnik Daily wrote. The Bulgarian Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg in person will take off the cover of the plaque with his father’s image.

Politics | October 29, 2001, Monday // 00:00

US STATE REPORTS ON RELIGIOUS RIGHTS IN BULGARIA

ABSTRACTED from BTA Washington

Views on BG | October 29, 2001, Monday // 00:00

SWEDISH AMBASSADOR ASK WRITES TO BULGARIAN PM

Your impressive advancement towards the executive power and succesful starting period as Prime Minister have created legitimately high expectations not only in Bulgaria but also in the the rest of the world. From a Swedish perspective a window of opportun

Views on BG | October 29, 2001, Monday // 00:00

SWEDISH COMPANIES READY TO INVEST MORE IN BULGARIA

Swedish Ambassador Sten Ask informed Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg about the current Swedish business agenda in Bulgaria with a letter on October 29. In the letter, the ambassador insists for bigger bilateral cooperation between Bulgaria and Sweden.

Business | October 29, 2001, Monday // 00:00

THE CUSTOMS REVENUES IN THE STATE BUDGET FOR SEPTEMBER ARE DOWN WITH B...

The Customs revenues in the state budget for September are down with BGN 81 M, Darik Radio announced. The Customs provided no more than BGN 181 M to the state budget.

Politics | October 29, 2001, Monday // 00:00
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