ROSSEXIMBANK opened another office in Sofia, occupying the central office of the bankrupt Mineralbank. Rosseximbank`s total assets amount to BGN 132 M, of them BGN 36 M comprise its credit portfolio.
`Despite the record high 5.8% economic growth in 2000 Bulgaria is experiencing some difficulties in maintaining macroeconomic stability`, the commission on foreign affairs at the European parliament said in its latest report on Bulgaria`s progress to EU m
VOA: Bulgaria`s former King Simeon II will be country`s next prime minister.
Seven thousand Bulgarian citizens have been barred from leaving the country for one year for having violated the laws of the countries they had visited or for using invalid foreign-travel documents, Colonel Stoyan Zahariev from the National Police Service
After his nomination as PM of Bulgaria was officially announced on Thursday, Simeon II commented on the interview he gave the Russian newspaper `Itogi`, saying that `everything was circulated out of context. Let us look at the deeds and in several years`
Bulgaria`s political forces are gratified by the nomination of Simeon Saxe-Coburg as prime minister-designate, BTA Press Agency announced. According to the leader of the Union of Democratic Forces and Deputy Floor Leader of the United Democratic Forces Ek
`Amendments to some articles of the Bulgarian National Bank (BNB) Act are necessary to back up its greater independence from the new government`, said Svetoslav Gavriiski, governor of the Central Bank, after his meeting with outgoing PM Kostov yesterday.
The Audit Office had made a total check-up of the activity of the parliamentary administration before the 38th National Assembly dissolved. The ascertainment protocol was submitted to the parliamentary speaker Professor Ognyan Gerdzhikov.
February 8, 2001 - The Constitutional Court of Bulgaria ruled that the country`s former king, Simeon II, cannot run for president because he hasn`t resided in the country long enough. According to Bulgarian law, presidential candidates must have lived in
European parliament greets the King Simeon’s movement and appreciates its commitment to eradicate corruption. This was noted in a regular report of the Europarliament on the progress of Bulgaria along the path to the EU accession, reported Deutsche Welle.
UDF deputy chairman and outgoing foreign minister Nadezhda Mihailova and Plamen Panayotov, king’s group leader in the parliament talked on the phone, despite the fact that both were on the premises. Leaders of the parliamentary groups of the UDF and NMS I
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The National Environmental Protection Fund /NEPF/ financed 440 investment projects worth BGN 220 M in the past four years, outgoing Environment Minister Evdokia Maneva said in a report. Most of the funds were invested in the construction of waste treatmen
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