Bulgaria has sold 96,000 tons of barley from the new crop to the Middle East at $85-$92 per ton. The forecast for the total exports is up to 200,000 tons, traders and analysts said on Wednesday.
`Microsoft appreciates the political will of President Stoyanov to fight software piracy and to promote the enforcement of copyright legislation`, MS Senior Vice President Jean-Philippe Courtois writes in a letter to Stoyanov. The two met on June 21, 2001
The lawsuit against Nova Plama`s former receiver, Nikolay Penev was postponed for a second time by the Pleven Regional Court. According to the prosecutor, Penev has committed breach of trust and has caused damages to the company amounting to BGN 150,000.
Siemens plans to build a third-generation mobile communications system in Bulgaria in 2004, the company`s General Manager Uwe Quecke announced. The Bulgarian Government plans to license an operator of a 3G mobile network in 2005.
Bulgaria will take part in a joint project for orbiting a television geo-stationary satellite, which will allow broadcasting 37 channels. The project will be carried out by Cyprus and the Vatican and is assessed at some $1 Bln.
The capital of Blagoevgrad-BT was not increased, as the announced agenda the shareholders` general meeting envisaged. Ivan Batsarov, representative of Bulgartabac Holding and chairman of the Directors` Board of the Blagoevgrad-based venture, put forward a
The 5th Summer Academy of Performing Arts, which opens Monday in Sofia, has attracted over 80 participants from 33 countries of Europe, Asia and Australia. Among others, the Academy has welcomed independent artists from the Balkans and other parts of East
$3 M will be invested in heat insulation of some 500 municipal buildings in Sofia, including schools and kindergartens, under an energy efficiency project, which will considerably cut heating expenses, BTA announced. The project will be financed by the Bl
`The Prosecutor`s Office will resume the check-up against Spas Garnevski, former mayor of Plovdiv, on a scandalous deal during his mandate`, `Standart` Daily published. The investigated deal is about the purchase of 45 new and 48 recycled `Volvo` buses fo
The US Embassy in Sofia donated equipment worth $22,000 to the Bulgarian Customs Agency to help its fight against drugs` smuggling. The donation is on behalf of the US Government and includes 30 Motorolla PO40 walkie-talkies and a fiberscope.
AremisSoft, US based company, listed at Nasdaq (AREM) having the contract for developing phase one and two of the project (worth USD 3.7 million) will participate in the National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) biddings for completing the third and fourth ph
The denationalization proceedings of `Bulgartabac Holding` are to start in a month after forming of the new government, said NMS II experts. Under the Privatization Act, the parliament is to approve a plan on selling the holding.
US company Bechtel representatives met with MPs of the National Movement for Simeon II Milen Velchev, Nikolai Vassilev and Antonia Parvanova to present their intention to take part in the construction of the Upper Arda cascade. The company is ready to lau
THE WORLD Bank has extended the term of the loan agreement with the Bulgarian State Railways by another year, until June 30, 2002, BDZ`s Gergana Ivanova told Agency Balkan. The credit provided by the WB amounts to USD 95 million.
The consultant on the second Danube bridge constriction will be selected by the way of an international tender and will be known till end-2001, Standart daily said. The Management Committee of European Union ISPA program will decide early next week whethe
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