Bulgaria's State Commission for Energy and Water Regulation (DKEVR) announced Thursday new, lower gas prices as of the second quarter of 2013, confirming expectations.
Police and anti-monopoly watchdog representatives have raided the premises of the three power distributors operating in Bulgaria - CEZ, EVN, and Energo Pro.
Petko Nikolov, Chair of Bulgaria's Commission for Protection of Competition (KZK), has said that the watchdog has launched new procedures against power distributors.
Ekaterina Zaharieva, caretaker Deputy Minister, has assured that the liberalization of the electricity market in Bulgaria will not result in increased electricity prices.
Bulgaria's State Commission for Energy and Water Regulation (DKEVR) is to announce Thursday gas prices for the second quarter of 2013.
Bulgaria's caretaker Prime Minister Marin Raykov has announced that his country will present new evidence on last year's bus bombing in the Black Sea city of Burgas that killed five Israeli tourists and a Bulgarian bus driver.
Bulgaria's caretaker government will announce Thursday the money it will allocate from the budget for measures to assist low-income groups.
Bulgaria's former Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has told the senior officials in his center-right GERB party not to tell a single lie during the campaign for the upcoming snap elections, according to former Economy Minister Delyan Dobrev.
Bulgaria's caretaker government has allocated BGN 41 M for measures to help low-income households through employment programs, compensations and benefits.
A minivan carrying children overturned Thursday morning on the road connecting the northeastern Bulgarian village of Sevar and the town of Kubrat, without causing serious injuries.
During a meeting in Bulgaria's capital Sofia, UEFA called upon referees to stop matches when there are incidents of racism.
Bulgarian international winger Aleksandar Tonev will cost around GBP 2 M, according to his agent.
The main courthouse in Bulgaria's capital Sofia was closed once again on Thursday due to an anonymous bomb threat.
Shortly after 4am on Thursday, a group of armed men have tried to break into a bank office in the western town of Pernik.
An official petition to halt the free entry of Bulgarians and Romanians into Britain from January next year has already gained 130,000 signatures.
The unprecedented capital control measures, which crisis-hit Cyprus introduced, may not be as temporary as the ministry of finance claims, economists have warned.
Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades has decided to cut his own salary by 25%, a presidential aide announced on Thursday.
The European Commission has justified the introduction of unprecedented restrictions on capital in Cyprus, even though they are widely seen as a profound breach of an EU principle.
Cyprus has become the first eurozone member country to bring in capital controls as its banks reopened on Thursday amid tough curbs.
Banks in Cyprus have reopened after a two-week closure sparked by discussions on an EU-IMF bailout.
Banks in Cyprus will reopen Thursday noon for six hours, amid tight security measures, after being closed for 12 days to prevent a bank run during the negotiations on a bailout deal.
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