The poultry industry is grappling with a major concern: the relabelling of imported eggs and chicken meat, raising issues of authenticity and traceability within Bulgaria
Bulgaria's Business Climate Down by 3.2% in January
Bulgaria's business climate in January worsened by 3.2% as compared to the previous month, according to the country's National Statistical Institute.
The "business climate in industry" indicator decreased by 1.9% in comparison with the previous month which was due to the managers' more moderate assessments about the present business situation of the enterprises. The inquiry registered a decrease in production activity and production assurance with orders.
The "business climate in construction" indicator preserved its December level.
The "business climate in retail trade" indicator decreased by 12.2% in comparison with the previous month.
The "business climate in the service sector" indicator did not change significantly as compared to December.
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