Business in Bulgaria Votes "Yes" to Future EU Entry

Business | January 27, 2004, Tuesday // 00:00| Views: | Comments: 0
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A total of 95% of Bulgaria's businessmen back the country's future entry in the European Union (EU), a survey of the Alfa Research agency showed.

Only 4% of the business representatives that took part in the survey opposed the EU entry, while just 1% of the participants gave no answer.

Representatives of 516 Bulgarian companies took part in the survey Bulgaria's Foreign Ministry spokesman Lyubomir Todorov explained when presenting the Eurobulletin Tuesday.

He explained that the business representatives answered questions concerning the results of the country's EU entry and whether the euro will be imposed as official currency once Bulgaria joins the union.

The Eurobulletin a part of the Communication strategy for the Bulgaria's EU entry preparation. It aims at presenting to the citizens Bulgaria's progress en route to the union, Todorov explained.

The bulletin has been published two times so far and has focused on the reforms in the Constitution concerning the judicial power and on the country's only nuclear plant in Kozloduy.
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