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HEALTH FUND TO PAY CHEAP MEDICINES ONLY

`Bulgaria’s National Health Insurance Fund will pay only the cheapest medicines from each pharmaceutical company as of 2002, ` Assoc. Prof.

Business | October 23, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

KOZLODUY DIRECTLY NEGOTIATED ON PUBLIC ORDERS

According to a report of the Government’s Public Orders Directorate Bulgaria’s Nuclear Power Plant Kozloduy and the Defence Ministry have directly negotiated on public orders awarding without announcing legal procedures. The report is to be announced by S

Business | October 23, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

ACCORDING TO 60.4% OF THE RESPONDENTS IN A SURVEY, THE EXPECTED NATO M...

According to 60.4% of the respondents in a survey, the expected NATO membership invitation for Bulgaria will be, above all, politically motivated.

Politics | October 23, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

A XEROX MACHINE CANON NP 6512 WAS DONATED BY EVGENY MINCHEV TO 4TH SCH...

A Xerox machine Canon NP 6512 was donated by Evgeny Minchev to 4th school in Sofia. 162 children with minor mental problems are being educated in the school.

Politics | October 23, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

GERMANS TO INVEST IN TEXTILE FACTORY

The German company Basler will invest in a modern textile factory in northern Bulgarian city Pleven. The project involves the opening of 300 to 400 new jobs, Mayor Naiden Zelenogorski announced.

Business | October 23, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

400 ART POSTERS COMPETE IN SOFIA TRIANALE

Pierre Mendel (72) was awarded the Grand Prix at the 3rd International Trianale in Sofia. The jury awarded three 3rd place prizes: to Michael Klisch (Poland), Osamu Fukushima (Japan) and Michel Batori (France).

Society | October 23, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

THE COMMISSION ON DISCLOSURE OF RECORDS AND ASCERTAINMENT OF INVOLVEME...

The Commission on Disclosure of Records and Ascertainment of Involvement with the Former State Security or the Former Intelligence Agency of the General Staff has screened the 12 presidential and vice presidential candidates for the November 11 elections.

Politics | October 23, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

BULGARIAN STATE RAILWAYS TO BE RESTRUCTURED

From the beginning of 2002, the Bulgarian State Railways Company (BDZ) will be split into a National Railway Infrastructure Company and a National Railway Carriage Company. `This restructuring plan is based on the EU requirements for railway carriage, rai

Business | October 23, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

UNICORE MED COPPER PRODUCER TO EXPAND PRODUCTION

The largest copper processing company in Bulgaria, Unicore Med of Pirdrop, announced that it would adhere its expansion strategy regardless of the decreasing international prices and the poorer financial outcome for the last financial period. Work on the

Business | October 23, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

SO FAR, BULGARIA HAS EXPORTED THE RECORD 250,000 TONS OF BARLEY FROM T...

So far, Bulgaria has exported the record 250,000 tons of barley from this year`s crop mainly to Saudi Arabia and Tunisia, compared to 175,000 tones last year. The two factors for the increased

Politics | October 23, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

BULGARBATAC SMOLYAN HAS SIGNED A CONTRACT FOR EXPORT OF TOBACCO TO EGY...

Bulgarbatac Smolyan has signed a contract for export of tobacco to Egypt, Nikolay Nikolov, Executive Director of the enterprise said. The contract is for 80 t, which will be shipped to Egypt by the end of November.

Politics | October 23, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

EXPERTS FROM THE MINISTRY OF FINANCE WILL ACQUAINT THIS WEEK THE MUNIC...

Experts from the Ministry of Finance will acquaint this week the municipalities with the draft budgets for the municipalities for 2002.

Politics | October 23, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

BANK PRIVATISATION APPROACHING FINISH LINE

Pari Daily The Bank Consolidation Company /BCC/ was set up in 1992 to consolidate the banks in the country, to introduce advanced banking techniques and to conduct the bank divestment.

Views on BG | October 23, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

VARNA SHIPYARD CASE REFERRED FOR RETRIAL

The Bulgarian Supreme Court of Cassation referred the Varna Shipyard case back to Varna regional court. Before this move the shipyard`s creditors filed an appeal in Varna regional court.

Business | October 23, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

VAT ON MEDICINES TO HAMPER MANUFACTURING STANDARD

The introduction of the Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) standard by Bulgarian pharmaceutical companies may be hampered by the introduction of Value Added Tax (VAT) on medicines as of January 2002. The GMP standard is to become obligatory at the beginnin

Business | October 23, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

COMPENSATORY PAPER TO BECOME SECURITIES

All compensatory instruments issued as compensation to individuals will be made equal to securities in terms of trade. This is envisaged by the new amendments to the Public Offering of Securities Act.

Business | October 23, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

EXPORTERS PROPOSE VAT ACCOUNT INTRODUCTION

`The tax regime in Bulgaria hinders exports,` representatives of branch organizations said at a meeting with Finance Minister Milen Velchev. Exporters proposed the introduction of a Value Added Tax (VAT) account in the state budget.

Business | October 23, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

US SUPPORTS BULGARIA FOR NATO MEMBERSHIP

Bulgarian Prime Minister Simeon Saxe-Coburg met NATO Secretary General George Robertson and the ambassadors to NATO of the 19 member states on October 22. The meeting continued half an hour longer than planned.

Politics | October 23, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

SIMEON: EU ACCESSION IS BULGARIAN TOP PRIORITY

Bulgarian Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg is in Brussels for his first official visit abroad since he took office three months ago. `Bulgaria`s accession to European Union is not easy, it is a challenge for us but we are aware of its importance and see it as o

Politics | October 23, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

NUCLEAR WASTE IMPORTS NEGOTIATIONS TO BEGIN 2002

ABSTRACTED from Itar-Tass The first spent nuclear fuel to be imported into Russia from abroad in accordance with the recently promulgated laws on the spent nuclear fuel will arrive from the reactors which were built with the Soviet assistance, according

Views on BG | October 22, 2001, Monday // 00:00

EU:BG PREMIER UPBEAT ON PACE OF EU ENLARGEMENT

Bulgarian radio The president of EU Commission, Romano Prodi, spoke about accelerating the process of EU expansion after his meeting with Bulgarian Prime Minister Simeon Saxe-Coburg.

Views on BG | October 22, 2001, Monday // 00:00
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