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SOCIAL MINISTER MEETS THE SYNDICATES

The Bulgarian Social Minister Lidia Shuleva met representatives of the syndicates `Podkrepa` and the `Confederation of the Independent Syndicates` on October 4. The Bulgarian Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg also participated in the meeting.

Politics | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

BG BUSINESS CENTER TO BE OPENED IN GERMAN PROVINCE

The Ministry of Economy of the German state of Baden-Wuertemberg will help for the opening of a Bulgarian Business Center in the province. This was announced after the talks between Bulgarian Deputy Economy Minister Ljubka Kachakova and Dr.

Politics | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

HAVEL:RUSSIA SHOULD NOT TAKE PART IN NATO

Abstracted from BBC Monitoring Service NATO enlargement to include Russia would not contribute to strengthening relations between the West and the East, President Vaclav Havel told journalists today ( October 3).

Views on BG | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

SURVEY ~ROMANIA

ABSTRACTED from Financial Times By PHELIM MCALEER and STEFAN WAGSTYL

Views on BG | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

BULGARIA WITH 700 000 TONS WHEAT EXCESS

`Bulgaria has 700,000 tons wheat excess,` the Bulgarian agriculture Minister Dikme announced at a press conference. If the duties with the European Union countries are eliminated, 500,000 tons from the wheat can be exported to the EU, according to Dikme.

Business | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

BUSINESSES DEMAND MORE SHORT TERM LOANS

The banks have extended 56,3% more loans in the week between September 14 and 21 compared to the previous week, according to central bank figures. BGN 60,3 M were extended.

Business | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

THE STATE NOT INVOLVED IN THE TELEPHONE AFFAIRE

The Bulgarian Interior Minister told journalists that the state has nothing to do with the illegal tapping of the Automatic Telephone Stations, quoted by Info Radio. `No politicians have been tapped, `Petkanov also said.

Politics | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

RECORD LOW FISCAL RESERVES FOR SEPT. 2001

The Bulgarian Government and the Bulgarian National Bank deposit fell in September 2001 to its lowest level since 1999. `The September 2001 deposit stood at BGN 2.

Business | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

INT`N`L STANDARDS INTRODUCTION WORRIES ACCOUNTANTS

Bulgaria is to fully adopt the international accounting standards from 2005. The Bulgarian Parliament passed a new accounting bill at first reading on October, 2001.

Business | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

BIOCHIM TO BE SOLD BY JANUARY`S END 2002

The Cabinet plans to sell Biochim bank by the end of January, 2002. Lyubomir Minchev will be the new Chairman of the Managing Board of Biochim bank, Pari Daily wrote.

Business | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

EU TO GRANT EUR 153 M FOR RAILWAY

EUR 153 M will be granted from the EU-funded ISPA program for the modernization of the railway between Plovdiv and Svilengrad. The construction of the line will cost EUR 340 M.

Business | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

LEFTIST ORGANIZATIONS TO RALLY AGAINST NATO

Nearly thirty leftist movements plan to rally against NATO in Sofia on October 5, Dnevnik Daily wrote. Then the summit of the presidents of NATO candidate states will take place.

Politics | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

NO THREAT FOR GOVERNMENT BY PRESIDENTIAL CHOICE

There is no threat to the government`s stability, Plamen Panayotov, floor leader of the ruling Simeon II National Movement (SND), said. The relationships between the SND and its coalition partner in the government, the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DP

Politics | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

SOFIA ILLEGALLY TAPPED BY TELEPHONE GANG

An organization has being tapping illicitly in all the Automatic Telephone Stations for 7 years now. A number of firms and persons have been bugged.

Politics | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

BULGARIA`S CENSUS INDICATES 83.6 PERCENTS OF POPULATION ETHNIC BULGARIANS

BBC Monitoring Service, United Kingdom The Bulgarian ethnic group numbered 6,661,000 people, 83.

Views on BG | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

83.6 PERCENTS ETHNIC BULGARIANS

The Bulgarian ethnic group numbered 6,661,000 people, 83.6 per cent of the Bulgarian population as at 1 March 2001; 758,000 people (9.

Politics | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

TOP EU OFFICIAL URGES JOINING

A senior European Union official urged Bulgaria to revamp its state administration and judiciary if it hopes to join the organization by 2007, AP announced. Eneko Landaburu, a member of the EU`s top executive body, told this Balkan country`s leaders that

Business | October 4, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

BULGARIAN TELECOM TO BE PRIVATISED SOON

`The Cabinet may privatise the Bulgarian Telecommunication Company very soon,` Plamen Petrov, Bulgarian Transport Minister said, quoted by Info Radio. According to him, an agreement was reached on almost all main contract clauses with Deutsche Bank.

Business | October 3, 2001, Wednesday // 00:00

BULGARIANS ARRESTED WITH HEROIN FOR USD 10 000

The Turkish authorities detained Stanka Dimkova (29) from Perushtitsa and Yanko Nikov (31) from Stara Zagora at the Kapukule Turkish border, Dnevnik Daily wrote. The border police arrested the two Bulgarians because they attempted to carry over the border

Politics | October 3, 2001, Wednesday // 00:00

EUROPEAN UNION OFFICIAL URGES REFORM

AP WorldStream via COMTEX A senior European Union official urged Bulgaria to revamp its state administration and judiciary if it hopes to join the organization by 2007.

Views on BG | October 3, 2001, Wednesday // 00:00

UN: TERRORISM REQUIRES FAIR RESPONSE*

ABSTRACED from M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX Petko Draganov, Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs of Bulgaria, said the attack of 11 September had been an attack against all of humanity.

Views on BG | October 3, 2001, Wednesday // 00:00
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