Move your money out of Greek banks, before they steal that too!
Well, being brave will mean nothing if all the Greek banks in Bg go bankrupt and he has to find 6 billion Euros from somewhere to honour the guarantee on all those Bulgarian bank deposits!?
It all looks like Greek to me ;-). Maybe they could calculate something more useful like the 'current account balance', and maybe with a graph that more closely relates to the subject. Anyway, so far, it seems that the negative trade balance has narrowed from 15% to 10% since 2010. Still, not very useful without the latest FDI figures, as this was what offset large current account deficits in the past.
Of course, it will all be for naught if the BNB has to pay out for guarantees on the deposits in all the Greek banks in Bg!
Both of you are wrong. Who wants to be forced to listen to loud audio that you don't like? How would the chief Mufti like to listen to the same Lady Gaga song at 100 decibels, 6 times a day? The guy is an idiot! Just turn down the volume and everything will settle down, or is he intent on turning up the volume in a different way?
Sprouts are like small strong tasting cabages. Bean sprouts are something entirely different! :-)
If Greece is insolvent, who will recapitalise a Greek bank that gets into trouble? And, who will lend money to any Greek bank, if any one of them goes bankrupt? And, if several billion Euro has already been withdrawn, what is the likelihood that capital will continue to flee?
Greece will take Bulgaria down with it!
Sochi is on a direct line of flight between Esfahan in Iran and Washington DC, that's what the Russians are squealing about. Any intercept of an Iranian ICBM would likely drop debris right on Sochi ;-). Serves them right for trading nuclear technologies with them!
Anyway, as far as Bulgaria is concerned, an intercept of an ICBM directed at Sofia would likely dump radioactive debris all over Ankara :-).
50% more Chinese Tourists in Bulgaria
Potentially Defective Aluminum was used by All Car Manufacturers in Japan