POLITICS IN BRIEF

Politics | August 16, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

The real estate of Bulgaria`s Foreign Ministry in Europe, Asia, Latin America and Africa will be revised because the ministry has more buildings than the country needs for its diplomatic missions.
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The tax authorities will propose stricter requirements for opening exchange bureaus to parliament this autumn. The measures include deposit guaranteeing private and state receivables.
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The government approved a $20 M credit agreement between Bulgaria and the Bank of China. The loan has a five-year grace period and is part of the financial aid package for 2001.

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