Bulgaria has seen a 7% increase year-on-year in the sales of ICT hardware in the third quarter of 2012, according to the "ICT Trade Bulgaria 2012" report of CBN - Pannoff, Stoytcheff & Co.
Blagoy Ragin, Chair of the Bulgarian Hotel and Restaurant Association (BHRA), has said that the full indoor smoking ban will be lifted in six months, once a new government assumes office.
A total of 300 companies dealing in ferrous and non-ferrous metals may be edged out of the market after the introduction of new requirements into the Waste Management Act.
Energy tycoon Hristo Kovachki, who was investigated on tax evasion charges two years ago, is the real buyer of the heating utility in the Bulgarian Danube city of Ruse, according to reports.
Russian steel and mining giant Mechel has successfully concluded the sale of the heating utility in the Bulgarian Danube city of Ruse in a bid to slash its debt load.
Bulgaria's State Enterprise Radioactive Waste (SE-RAW) has approved the launch of a liquid radioactive waste processing system called "Dunav.
Greek and Romanian police units are to patrol the largest Bulgarian winter resort Bansko between December 17 and March 31, the Bulgarian Interior Ministry has announced.
The holding of a referendum on the future of the construction of a second nuclear power plant in Bulgaria in January 2013 will cost BGN 13.
Bulgaria plans to fully implement next year the much needed and long-delayed e-government project.
Bulgaria's Parliamentary Economic Committee has rejected amendments that would have lifted the country's full smoking ban in enclosed public spaces.
Bulgaria's ruling centrist-right GERB party is still more popular than its major political rivals, according to the latest poll conducted by the National Center for Study of Public Opinion.
The Bulgarian Pardons Committee at the President Office issued zero pardons in November out of a total of 60 applications by 33 convicted persons.
Bulgaria's Supreme Judicial Council (VSS) will review Tuesday the procedure for electing a Chief Prosecutor just two days ahead of the vote.
Bulgarian Economy Minister Delyan Dobrev has stated that more "flexible" rules should be introduced in the country when it comes to smoking in enclosed public spaces.
Bulgaria's Parliamentary Economic Committee will vote Tuesday at a closed-doors session on the abolition of the full indoor smoking ban.
Bulgarians will pay their last respects on Friday to Georgi Kaloyanchev, one of the country's most prominent and beloved actors.
Bulgaria's Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov has accused a mystery magistrate of leaking classified data for upcoming special police operations to suspects.
A Bulgarian district court has acquitted Yordan Lechkov, football legend and former Mayor of Sliven, who was charged with abuse of power.
Nikolay Petkov, Director of the Risk Management unit at Bulgaria's National Revenue Agency (NRA), has informed that undeclared revenues from real estate deals for the period 2007 – 2010 amount to BGN 675 M.
Bulgarian police have nabbed a 17-year-old girl suspected of placing several bomb threats targeting a shopping mall in the capital Sofia.
The European Union's Nobel Peace prize money will fund four projects under the EU Children of Peace initiative, it has been revealed.
Movie studios and television programmers have postponed or canceled films and TV shows laced with violence after a shooting left 20 children and six adults dead in a Connecticut elementary school last week.
"Foreign forces" trying to spark "a color revolution in Russia won't succeed", Russia's Security Council chief said in an interview published Tuesday.
The Palestinian Authority intend to turn to the UN Security Council after Israel approved a construction of 1,500 houses in East Jerusalem's Ramat Shlomo district, according to a report.
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