Itar-Tass By Yuri Malikov
64 laws are to be adopted by Parliament by the end of the year according to the legislative program of the Bulgarian government. 22 of these are with priority.
The pensions are to be increased either in April or July as always, Social Minister Lidia Shuleva announced.
Bulgaria ranked 59th in the world as far as its economic growth prospects are concerned. Finland roared from sixth place last year to become the world`s most competitive nation, knocking the United States out of the top spot, according to a survey release
The contract of Danael Tafrov as Executive Director of the National Electricity Company was terminated, Info Radio reported.
Sofia hosts the Seventh International Conference `Business to Business Now` and the first for Bulgaria real estate trade show. Both events are organized by the Central European Real Estate Associations Network (CEREAN) and the National Real Estate Associa
The Health Ministry will be provided with several laboratories with modern equipment, protection outfits for the personnel to check suspicious substances for anthrax or other biological diseases. The equipment will cost in the range of BGN 120,000 to BGN
`There are no concrete demands from Bulgaria to send troops to Macedonia. Bulgaria does not intend to intrude there,` Foreign Minister Solomon Passy said before the regular weekly meeting of the Cabinet.
The future Macedonian border policemen will be trained to work in compliance with the European standards in a specialized school in Bulgaria, was decided after the two-day visit to Skopje of the Bulgarian Interior Minister Georgi Petkanov. The Bulgarian I
Bulgarian Foreign Minister Solomon Passy and Russian Ambassador to Bulgaria Vladimir Titov signed an intergovernmental program for cooperation in culture, education and science on October 17. The program covers a period of two years.
The State Agriculture Fund (SAF) will grant an additional subsidy of BGN 2.8 M for the sowing of the winter crops, the Farming Ministry announced on October 17.
`Bulgaria`s transport infrastructure cannot meet the challenges of the European transport market at the moment,` was the conclusion reached at the Logistics and Transport roundtable discussion held in the sidelines of the Southeast Europe Economic Forum i
`A drop by 30 % in the number of tourists during the winter season may be expected if the anthrax scare goes on,` Lyubomir Kamenski, manager of the Finland Hotel in Pamporovo said on October 17. `People are unwilling to travel and this has negative influe
The Bulgarian Foreign Minister Solomon Passy received a letter from the French Foreign Minister Hubert Vedrine. In the letter, the French official confirms his country`s full support for Bulgaria`s future membership of NATO and the European Union.
Bulgaria plans to offer minority stakes in 15 big and attractive state-owned companies n the Bulgarian Stock Exchnage, Nikolay Vassilev, Deputy Prime Minister and Economy Minister announced. The final list of the companies will be known after approval by
The Bulgarian Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg will pay an official visit to Belgium on October 22 and 23. The Bulgarian Prime Minister is scheduled to meet President of the European Commission Romano Prodi, NATO Secretary General Lord George Robertson, and Bel
`The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) plans to float BGN 1 BLN issue of bonds to Bulgaria,` Deputy Prime Minister and Economy Minister Nikolay Vassilev said. He announced that during the discussion on capital markets in the framewor
`Bulgaria proposed projects worth more than USD 2 BLN`, Deputy PM and Minister of Regional Development Kostadin Paskalev said. The sum needed for bringing the infrastructure to European standards is EUR 400 BLN.
`The Bulgarian Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg will pay a visit to Berlin on December 13,` Gernot Erler, Deputy Chairperson of the Social Democratic faction in the Bundestag and Speaker of the German-Bulgarian forum. The Bulgarian Embassy in Berlin confirmed t
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