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Business | July 4, 2001, Wednesday // 00:00| Views: | Comments: 0

THE CONFEDERATION of Independent Trade Unions in Bulgaria /CITUB/ will require from the new parliamentary majority an amendment to be made, ruling that the receivables due to employees in cases of insolvency and bankruptcy, are a priority. The total amount of unpaid back salaries in the country stands at some BGN 150 M, not including the due social insurance installments, which add up another huge amount.
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THE BRITISH ambassador Richard Stagg awarded bankers` certificates issued by the Chartered Institute of Bankers on 263 Bulgarian specialists at a special ceremony held in the Military Club yesterday.
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SEVERAL beach concessions will be terminated by the state, the cabinet decided on its last session, as the concessionaries have failed to observe their obligations under the concession contracts.
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