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`LADA` INJURED 3 BOYS AT RALLY

Yellow `Lada Samara`, driven by Alyosha Markov, ran over three onlooking children in the last leg of the Bulgaria`s Rally Motoring Championship. It took place yesterday at `Boyana` road junction.

Politics | October 15, 2001, Monday // 00:00

CABINET TO PUBLISH GOVERNMENTAL PROGRAM VERY SOON

`The Bulgarian Cabinet will publish its governmental program very soon. The program will be published together with a White Book in which the violations of the previous ministers will be made public, `Vesselin Bliznakov, Deputy Floor Leader of the parliam

Politics | October 14, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

EUROLEFTIST PARTY RE ELECTED ITS CHAIRMAN

The Euroleftist Party re-elected Alexander Tomov for Chairman of the party at its 3d two day congress that took place in the Sofia Opera House. Since the elections in July when the Euroleftist Party did not gain the necessary percentage to enter the Bulga

Politics | October 14, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

BULGARIAN MPS LOBBY FOR NATO ACCESSION IN OTTAWA

`According to a resolution adopted by the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, an invitation to join the Alliance should be extended to all applicant countries at the next NATO Summit in Prague in 2002, after which their achievements should be assessed on an indi

Politics | October 14, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

DANISH EXPERTS AID ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECT

Kurt Terpogor-Jenssen from the Danish environment agency presented the results from a Bulgarian environmental project at a seminar called `Comprehensive pollution prevention and control`. The Danish environment agency has provided 3 million krone of grant

Business | October 14, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

JAPANESE DELEGATION MAY VISIT BULGARIA IN SPRING

A Japanese business delegation is planning a visit to Bulgaria in the spring. This was announced after a meeting of the President of the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI), Bozhidar Bozhinov, with Hirouki Fujimora, President of Ebara Corpor

Business | October 14, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

TURKISH OFFICIAL SAYS EXPORTS TO BULGARIA IN 2001 INCREASED BY 18%

Abstracted from Anatolia news agency, Ankara Foreign Trade Undersecretary Kursad Tuzmen announced at the end of last week that Habur Border gate is open as far as Turkey is concerned, and Turkey and Turkey's exports to Iraq will continue without any impe

Views on BG | October 14, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

NORWAY BULGARIA MOROCCO LINE UP FOR EAGLES

Lagos In a bid to show case the Super Eagles before the Mali 2002 Nations Cup, the Nigeria Football Association (NFA) has lined up series of friendlies that would be played in three Nigerian capitals from November 7 to 14.

Sports | October 14, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

TWELVE INVESTORS EYE BULGARIA BULGARTABAC HOLDING

Reuters Twelve international investors discussed with the Bulgarian government the privatisation of up to 80 percent of state tobacco monopoly Bulgartabac Holding , the Economy Ministry said.

Views on BG | October 14, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

NEW DRAFT LAWS SOON IN THE PARLIAMENT

The majority in the parliament will launch a legislative offensive till end-year, was announced Sunday. I expect extraordinary sittings of parliament to be held to adopt the 24 priority laws of the government, Lutvi Mestan from the Movement for Rights and

Politics | October 14, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

BULGARIAN PRESIDENT CONGRATULATED KOFI ANNAN

`President Peter Stoyanov sent congratulations to United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan on his 2001 Nobel Peace Prize and the Nobel award of the United Nations,` the President`s Press Secretariat announced. `This exceptionally high honour is a stron

Politics | October 13, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

DEFENSE MINISTER TO DISCUSS COOPERATION IN GERMANY

Defense Minister Nikolay Svinarov will pay a two day official visit to Germany, starting on October 15. He was invited by his German counterpart Rudolf Scharping.

Politics | October 13, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

BRITISH LORD ADVISES MINISTERS ON GOOD GOVERNANCE

`Sir Malcolm Rifkind, former British secretary of state for transport, defense and foreign affairs, urged the Bulgarian Government members to exercise their responsibilities as incumbents,` the Council of Ministers` Information and Public Relations Direct

Politics | October 13, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

THE DUTCH GOVERNMENT TO GRANT USD 2 M

The Dutch government will grant USD 2 M to the Pleven municipality ` Pleven mayor Naiden Zelenogorski said. Some of the money will be invested in the production of animal feed that meets EU standards.

Business | October 13, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

PRINCE ANDREW ARRIVES TO BULGARIA

Prince Andrew, the second son of the British Queen Elisabeth II arrives in Bulgaria next week. He has recently changed his profession: after 22 military service, he decided to start to work in the business field.

Politics | October 13, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

BULGARIAN HACKERS BROKE INTO US BANK

Hackers from Stara Zagora broke into the security system of a US bank and started ordering goods from all over the world via an Internet shop in town. The crime was discovered during the summer by the Police in Stara Zagora.

Business | October 13, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

SEMINAR OF THE RULING PARTY AND ITS PARTNER BEGAN

A two-day seminar of the Simeon II National Movement and the Movement for Rights and Freedoms started in the winter resort Pamporovo on October 13. Journalists were not allowed to the forum.

Politics | October 13, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

BUSH PUSHES NATO ENLARGEMENT AFTER ATTACK

ABSTRACTED fromReuters By Paul Taylor

Views on BG | October 13, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

INTERBREW MOVES ITS BURGAS PRODUCTION TO HASKOVO

`The `Burgasko pivo` production will be moved to Haskovo,` officials of Interbrew announced at a press conference in Burgas. About 73 brewers from the plant will be left jobless, Info radio reported.

Business | October 13, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

VAN DAMMES TO SHOOT ACTION MOVIE IN BULGARIA

`Christopher, 14-year-old son of action star Jean-Claude van Damme, is to play a part in the film that his father starts to shoot in Bulgaria in late October,` representatives from New Image producer`s company announced. Christopher arrived for the first

Society | October 13, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

BUSINESSMEN ASK TAXES TO BE NEGOTIATED

`The state taxes, collected from business, equal half of the budget revenues from profit taxes,` Bozhidar Danev, chairman of the Bulgarian Industrial Association (BIA).said on October 12.

Business | October 13, 2001, Saturday // 00:00
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