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BG TO SUPPLY AIRCRAFT TO GEORGIA

BG will provide the Georgian armed forces with 2 aircrafts that can carry up to 200 troops each and will train Georgian officers under a programme for cooperation signed in Tbilisi. During his visit to Tbilisi General Miho Mihov, Chief of the BG General S

Business | April 20, 2001, Friday // 00:00

PARLIAMENT DISOLVED BEFORE ELECTIONS

Bulgarian parliament was desolved today officially, heading the forthcoming elections June 17. The term is 4 years, starting the date of previous elections, Constitutional court stated recently.

Business | April 19, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

RADISSON SAS OPENED IN SOFIA

Radisson SAS Grand Hotel opened in the heart of Sofia by the corporate president and CEO Kurt Ritter and mayor of Sofia Stefan Sofianski. The perfect location of the hotel - in the center of the town makes it a perfect meeting point for the local communit

Business | April 19, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

US AMBASSADOR PUSHES EXPORT

Bulgarian export should increase rapidly, US ambassador to Bulgaria Richard Miles said at the opening of a conference on competitiveness of the Bulgarian economy, organised by the US Agency for International Development. The state usually fails to point o

Business | April 19, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

ITALIAN BANK BIGGEST INVESTOR IN BG

Italian bank UNICREDITO was annnounced today the investor of 2000 in Bulgaria. UNICREDITO aquired largest BG bank Bulbank for the amount of USD 301.

Business | April 19, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

UP TO 50% UNEMPLOYMENT

Very much unemployed young people, strong region differentiation and high percent /around 50%/ of people who are unemployed for more than a year – these are some of the typical employment features in Bulgaria which makes us close with developed countries

Business | April 18, 2001, Wednesday // 00:00

$17 M INVESTED IN OMV BG

OMV Austria intends to acquire a 15% share of the BG oil market. Since 1998, when OMV Ltd.

Business | April 18, 2001, Wednesday // 00:00

THE LAST IMF TRANCHE TO BG IN MAY

BG will complete successfully the three-year agreement with IMF and will receive the last tranche of $60-70 M in May. There are no obstacles for BG to receive the last tranche, Johannes Wijnholds, IMF executive director for the Dutch Group and Bulgaria sa

Business | April 18, 2001, Wednesday // 00:00

CONSTRUCTION TENDER ON THE SEA COAST

A tender for the construction of a 6-km part of a road between Varna and Burgas on the Black sea coast will be opened soon, regional development ministry sources said. The construction will be funded by one of EU programs.

Business | April 18, 2001, Wednesday // 00:00

121 TAX DEBTORS FORBIDDEN TO LEAVE BG

The State Tax Administration forbade to 121 persons to leave the country for unpaid taxes, authorities reported. They are mainly managers of companies which owe to the state budget amounts exceeding more than DEM 3000 each.

Business | April 18, 2001, Wednesday // 00:00

APPEAL DIVIDED EMPLOYERS IN BULGARIA

An appeal againts the Labour code, issued by the Union of Employers for its members not to sign contracts with employees put a strong dispute with the two other organizations - Bulgarian Industrial Association and Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce. No comment

Business | April 18, 2001, Wednesday // 00:00

BALKAN MIGHT RESTORE SOME FLIGHTS

Bulgarian airlines Balkan may restore flights to London and Dubaj, starting April 30, was announced today. Balkan creditors supported the idea, otherwise the company will be expelled from IATA, sources added.

Business | April 17, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

KING`S PARTY OPENS OFFICE

National movement Simeon II, which will run for the forthcoming elections and was launched a week ago opened today office at Tsar Shishman Street downtown Sofia. The chief of staff will be Nikolay Matinov, Bulgarian living for the past 27 years in the USA

Business | April 17, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

BG GOVERNMENT REPORTS TO BUSINESSMEN

Bulgarian government held an open session in Sofia with more than 450 participants in Business Easter discussions. Ministers reported to the business representatives, some of them Bulgarian living abroad, on their activities.

Business | April 17, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

NETHERLANDS TO GRANT FL 17.8 M TO BG

BG Deputy Prime Minister P. Jotev and Dick Benschop, Dutch State Secretary for Foreign Affairs signed a memorandum of understanding on development of projects between BG and the Netherlands.

Business | April 17, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

TELECOM STRATEGY ALMOST READY

Strategy for the sale of the Bulgarian Telecom (BTC) is almost ready and will be submitted for approval to the government before general elections June 17, Transport and Telecom Minister A. Slavinski stated.

Business | April 17, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

IMG DIRECTOR FOR BG ARRIVED IN SOFIA

Johannes de Beaufort Wijnholds, director of the IMF `Dutch Group`, responsible also for Bulgaria arrived in Sofia. A new agreement with Bulgaria will be discussed after the elections, he said at the airport.

Business | April 17, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

KOSTOV TO US INVITED BY VP CHANEY

Bulgarian prime minister I. Kostov will pay visit to the United States in May to meet vice president R.

Business | April 17, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

NATO TO BUILD MEDICAL AIR BASE IN BG

NATO will provide equipment for a modern air base center for airborne emergency medical help in the vicinity of Plovdiv. The new medical center will be built on the site of the existing military hospital and it will be equipped with most sophisticated app

Business | April 17, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

BUSINESS EASTER WITH MORE THAN 1000

More than 1000 participants joined Bulgaria Easter business discussions all around Bulgaria. Some 50 to 70 of them are Bulgarian living abroad, who were invited to share their opinion on the current issues.

Business | April 16, 2001, Monday // 00:00

KING`S PARTY ALONE AT THE ELECTIONS

National movement Simeon II will participate in the forthcoming elections with no coalitions with other parties, a press announcement from King`s office said. The movement launched by the living in exile BG king Simeon is expecting registation in the cour

Business | April 16, 2001, Monday // 00:00
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