Ivan Iskrov, Governor of the Bulgarian National Bank, has cautioned banks to be careful with lowering their interest rates in view of an upcoming global trend for tightening monetary policy.
The budget balance under the Consolidated Fiscal Program (CFP) as of end-May is positive, amounting to BGN 45.5 M (0.1% of forecasted GDP).
Power distributor EVN, which services in southeastern Bulgaria, has cautioned it will introduce a power supply regime for coal mining company Mina Balkan 2000 EAD over debts.
Elenko Bozhkov, member of Bulgaria's State Commission for Energy and Water Regulation (DKEVR), has said that suppressing electricity prices is not likely to result in a sudden price spike in several years' time.
The European Commission has started nearly one year ago an infringement procedure against Bulgaria's energy sector breaches and fines are pending any time now, according to Economy and Energy Minister Dragomir Stoynev.
Bulgaria’s tour operator Balkan Holidays will be launching flights from Southend Airport next year.
Hours before the European Parliament is to start debates on Bulgaria, the Chairman of the Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats, Hannes Swoboda, called on the country's government to distinguish itself from the policies of the nati
For a 19th day in a row, thousands of protesters have taken to the streets in Sofia, demanding the resignation of Bulgaria's socialist-led government.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has issued a decree for the promulgation of Energy Act amendments adopted by Parliament on June 28.
Volen Siderov, leader of nationalist party Ataka, has asked Chief Prosecutor Sotir Tsatsarov and Interior Minister Tsvetelin Yovchev to come up with an official response regarding the calls for stripping him of his parliamentary immunity.
The Director of Bulgaria's National Health Insurance Fund, NZOK, Dr. Plamen Tsekov has no intention of resigning.
Although smaller in size, the protest in front of the District Administration in Bulgaria's southwestern city of Blagoevgrad continued on Tuesday.
About 200 Bulgarians have gathered Tuesday morning in front of the Parliament building in downtown Sofia to protest against the country's Socialist-led government.
Over 70% of the texts in the Election Code must be altered and rewritten, according to the Deputy Speaker of the Bulgarian Parliament, Maya Manolova.
Over sixty Bulgarians have gathered Monday before the United Nations headquarters in New York City to protest against the situation in their homeland.
Roger Waters will sing with Bulgarian children at his concert "The Wall" in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Medical staff and employees of the Sofia Oncology Hospital are staging a protest rally for the second day in a row over the Health Ministry's decision to replace the clinic's Board of Directors.
Stoyan Ganev, former Foreign Minister in the Cabinet of the Union of Democratic Forces headed by Prime Minister Filip Dimitrov (1991- 1992), passed away on July 1 at the age of 57 in a Connecticut-based hospital where he had been treated for cancer.
A Bulgarian mother of two will await at her home, not in prison a court ruling on whether to be handed over to US justice and face nearly 70 years in prison.
Banks in Bulgaria are seriously concerned with borrowers fraudulently manipulating their accountancy books with the effect that banks' security interests are declared invalid and banks are declassed into ordinary (unsecured) insolvency creditors.
Poland has refused to grant political asylum to the former advisor to US Special Forces, Edward Snowden.
In an attempt to beat Western sanctions and halt the fall in the Syrian pound, the Assad regime – with the help of Iran, Russia, and China – has begun conducting all of its business in rials, roubles, and renminbi.
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