A brand new two-level intersection was officially launched Wednesday near the TV Tower in Bulgaria's capital Sofia.
Bulgaria's government adopted decisions Wednesday to launch tender procedures for service concessions of the port terminals of Nikopol and Burgas-West.
Bulgaria's business climate has improved slightly in November 2012, according to the country's National Statistical Institute.
Nikolay Nankov, Deputy Minister of Regional Development and Public Works, has announced that a total of 26 contracts have been signed under the Romania-Bulgaria Cross Border Cooperation Program 2007-2013.
Galoo.com, a global website that links buyers and sellers by allowing a buyer to enter what they want at the price they want, has been awarded at the Balkans Venture Forum Competition, the company announced.
A German manufacturer of automotive air conditioning systems is said to be about to create over 1500 jobs in Bulgaria.
Salaries in the Ministries administrations and in Bulgaria's Council of Ministers have increased by 13% in less than six months, according to a report of the Council for Administrative Reform.
A private Turkish investor wants to build a Thermal Power Plant with a coal port just several kilometers away from the border with Bulgaria, according to Bulgarian President, Rosen Plevneliev.
Turkey is working on all its power plant projects to be located just several kilometers away from the border with Bulgaria, according to Turkish President, Abdullah Gul.
Turkey is willing to help Bulgaria diversify its energy sources, Turkish President Abdullah Gul has told his Bulgarian counterpart Rosen Plevneliev.
US President, Barack Obama, is expecting to hear from Bulgarian Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, the latest developments in the probe in the Burgas terror act, according to the new US Ambassador in Sofia, Marcie Ries.
The European Commission has wired to Bulgaria nearly EUR 208 M for projects financed by the Cohesion Fund and structural EU funds.
The European Commission, European Parliament and European Council have reached compromise on new rules meant to govern credit ratings agencies, EU Internal Market Commissioner Michel Barnier said on Tuesday.
Bulgaria's former European Commissioner, Meglena Kuneva, has said her party's call for boycott of the upcoming referendum on the fate of nuclear energy in the country is a protest against the hypocrisy of the ruling party.
Bulgaria's Files Commission is to reveal the names of the former secret agents of the totalitarian State Security among the so-called credit millionaires, the notorious bad debtors who emerged in the country during the 90s.
Bulgaria is among the world's top ten of countries with generous unemployment benefits, according to data of the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD).
In 2011, Bulgaria's population kept aging and the median age increased to 42.7 years, according to a report on the implementation of the National Demographic Development Strategy for 2011.
The Registry Agency in Bulgaria's second largest city of Plovdiv has declared they made a mistake in listing as donation an apartment purchased by Sotir Tsatsarov, Chairman of the Plovdiv Regional Court and candidate for Bulgarian Chief Prosecutor.
Bulgaria's population is dangerously aging and decreasing, according to data of the National Strategy for Demographic Development.
A German-style Christmas market will be opened for the first time in the Bulgarian city of Plovdiv on December 1.
Bulgarian archaeologists have unearthed 40 silver coins during excavations in the second largest city of Plovdiv.
A necropolis with over 100 burials has been unearthed during archaeological excavations near the village of Marten in northern Bulgaria.
One of the key defendants in Bulgaria's radical Islam trial had his own posse to attack and punish Christians, according to a protected witness.
Bulgaria's vice president has renewed calls for abolishing the life-without-parole sentence, saying it is cruel and inhuman.
The trial against 13 Bulgarian Muslim religious leaders for preaching radical Islam continues Wednesday at the Pazardzhik District Court.
The tiny hamlet of Gella perched high in the Rhodope mountain range in Bulgaria might sound an unlikely choice for a holiday.
A French court has postponed its ruling in a case in which former International Monetary Fund head Dominique Strauss-Kahn and others are suspected of arranging sex parties with prostitutes.
The 3,085-meter Plosky Tolbachik volcano in Russia's Far Eastern Kamchatka Peninsula is erupting for the first time in 36 years, according to reports of KVERT, the he volcano monitoring body for Kamchatka.
Interview of Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency) and Novinite.bg with Meglena Kuneva, leader of the party "Bulgaria for Citizens Movement" about the upcoming referendum on the fate of nuclear energy in the country.
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