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#1
Taro - 20 Jan 2014 // 23:13:25

And then on top they are wet dreaming of Belene for at least 5 billions Euro (or more) which will never ever pay pack its investment.

#2
Taro - 29 Dec 2013 // 14:24:57

Well, said, Sa-sha,

That's exactly what I m always talking about. The receiving countries profit more than they loose. Actually they need immigrants because of low birth rates to keep their living standards high. But on the other hand Bulgaria looses people which they need most. Bulgaria looses double: first by educating the people, but without an ROI later in form of social contirbutions and taxes, and second, once the people left, they hardly will come back, because they are already adopted the western standards in payments and living.
And Bulgaria also got one of the lowest brith rates in Europe. So few people are born, these which are born, leave the country. You can't have economic growth without population growth. That's a fact!

#3
Taro - 16 Dec 2013 // 13:37:04

Interesting, that the price for a yearly vignetka is the same as in Switzerland, but when you compare swiss roads to bulgarian ones...

#4
Taro - 20 Nov 2013 // 20:47:35

This is the proof, that there ist no corruption in Bulgaria.... not!

#5
Taro - 7 Oct 2013 // 22:00:08

This is just idiotic. Beginner drivers may have learned in the driving courses how to drive on highways and then left 3 years without the possibility to make any progress on driving on high speed.
Then after 3 years suddenly they are allowed to drive on highways without any experience and then what will happen? They will crash...

#6
#7
Taro - 8 Sep 2013 // 23:40:48

With a decreasing consumption of energy in Bulgaria, due to the economic slow down, it doesn't make sense at all. The neighbors are in the same position and to Turkey there is no possibility to export electricity. Nobody will buy this energy. The only reason for this project is that some people will get some money in their pocket, while the rest of the country pays for the cost. And if something goes wrong half of the country will be lost...

#8
Taro - 27 Aug 2013 // 11:39:33

Again and again...

#9
Taro - 9 Aug 2013 // 15:33:37

"According to him Oresharski and Chobanov are in no control of the situation and have made hints the budget will benefit certain companies."

They still don't get it...

#10
Taro - 31 Jul 2013 // 01:18:44

These prices are rediculous, 8 Eurocents per kWh?! I pay 28 in Germany...
Why they didn't lower the taxes on the electricity?! Will they also lower the prices the energy company have to pay for the purchase of power from NEK?

The energy system in Bulgaria is in a critical state and need huge investments. Now, no one will invest in it...

And btw. the 5% will not really make the Bulgarians any richer...

Best,
Taro

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