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Bulgarian PM Presented with BBLF's Business Ethics Standard

Business | December 9, 2013, Monday // 17:29| Views: 960 | Comments: 9
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Bulgaria: Bulgarian PM Presented with BBLF's Business Ethics Standard Pamen Oresharski (R) received the award from BBLF Board member Maxim Behar. Photo by BBLF

Bulgarian PM Plamen Oresharski and Deputy PM Daniela Bobeva have been presented with the Business Ethics Standard of the Bulgarian Business Leaders Forum.

“We face many challenges – first of all, to restore the economy, a process that will take more than a year, and to normalize the overall social and economic system,” Oresharski said at the meeting with BBLF, Monday.

The event was launched by Maxim Behar, BBLF Board member, a globally recognized PR expert, CEO of leading Bulgarian PR consultancy M3 Communications Group, inc. and Hill+Knowlton Strategies Chairman for the Czech Republic. Over 50 top managers of Bulgarian and international companies attended the ceremony.

"It is important to look ahead and to take the necessary steps in order to have a dramatically different business atmosphere in the country in a year or two, and also to witness the first results in terms of economic growth and opportunities for income improvement," PM Oresharski added.

The discussion organized by BBLF was also attended by the Deputy PM for Economic Development Daniela Bobeva. Oresharski and Bobeva received the BBLF Business Ethics Standard with the hope that it will guide them in their work and will serve as an inspiration for their teams.

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#9
dabu - 10 Dec 2013 // 11:50:30

Tania ???? I don't follow your comment.

#8
Tania Oz - 10 Dec 2013 // 04:17:18

Dumb and Dumber, engaging in some convenient mutual back-slapping and looking full of their own self importance.

#7
dabu - 9 Dec 2013 // 23:48:55

Chill folks. It is reasonably clear from article that the PM and his Deputy were handed a road map of how ethical businesses conduct themselves. No award presented (or merited!) Hopefully, Novinite will learn how damaging a misleading/basly translated title can be.

#6
Seedy - 9 Dec 2013 // 21:50:05

Brings a whole new meaning to "business to business" doesn't it? In most countries, even Italy, the government at least pretends it isn't hand in glove with the mafia....

#5
Optimistic - 9 Dec 2013 // 21:27:12

BRAVO Prime Minister Oresharki, it was nice logging on tonight and seeing some good news.

Brilliant!!!

What are those protestors complaining about? They know nothing, the Business Leaders in Bulgaria give you their seal of approval.

Hang in there and carry on doing what you are doing.

#4
Chushki - 9 Dec 2013 // 19:51:25

"Is that the kind of business ethics one has when appointing Delyan Peevski to head of DANS?"

Exactly.

#3
dabu - 9 Dec 2013 // 19:01:30

I see the title has been changed. Much appreciated, as it is now clear.

#2
Mat - 9 Dec 2013 // 18:34:24

Is that the kind of business ethics one has when appointing Delyan Peevski to head of DANS?

#1
dabu - 9 Dec 2013 // 18:14:09

I'm confused. Were they awarded this standard (which I would find surprising) or simply presented it, as a guide?

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