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  • (DF) Prime Minister Voices Expectation for Swift Start of Repairs of Su-25 Aircraft

    August 24 (BTA) - Prime Minister Boyko Borissov on Saturday visited Bezmer Air Base to familiarize himself with the condition of Su-25 jet aircraft stationed there. In a Facebook post Borissov wrote that the government has honoured its commitment and has allocated 82.5 million leva for their repair.
    25 Август 2019, 08:00
  • Продажбите на нови жилища в САЩ отбелязват рязък спад през юли

    По-ниските лихви върху ипотечните кредити не успяват да компенсират недостатъчното предлагане
    24 Август 2019, 08:00
  • (DF) New Gold Mine Opens Near Krumovgrad

    August 23 (BTA) - A new gold mine opened on Friday at Ada Tepe, approximately 3 km south of the town of Krumovgrad in southeastern Bulgaria. The mine is the first greenfield mine in Bulgaria opening in over 40 years, according to investor Dundee Precious Metals Krumovgrad, a daughter company of the Canadian Dundee Precious Metals (DPM). The mine is expected to operate for eight years.
    24 Август 2019, 08:00
  • WeWork вече не е единственият "еднорог" сред дост&#

    Американската компания Knotel вече също се оценява на над 1 млрд. долара
    23 Август 2019, 08:00
  • (NW) Sofia's First Electric Scooter Sharing Service Launched

    Sofia, August 22 (BTA) - The first electric scooter sharing service in the Bulgarian capital Sofia was launched on Thursday. It is provided by Lime, a private company. Two more companies have shown interest in providing similar services. Sofia Mayor Yordanka Fandakova, who at...
    23 Август 2019, 08:00
  • Продажбите на жилища в САЩ са скочили с 2,5% благодарение на ниските лихви

    Средната лихва по 30-годишните ипотечни заеми е спаднала до 3,60 на сто - най-ниското равнище от близо три години
    22 Август 2019, 08:00
  • (DF) Gallup International: Nearly Half of Bulgarians Tend to Blame State for their Problems

    August 21 (BTA) - As many as 46 per cent of Bulgarians are inclined to blame the State for their own problems, Gallup International found in a survey conducted among 839 persons aged over 18 between August 2 and 9, 2019. Those who disagreed with this statement were 42 per cent, and 12 per cent had no opinion. Bulgarian society is thus equally split between those who blame the State for their problems and those who don't, the sociologists comment.
    22 Август 2019, 08:00
  • Собственикът на homeMax купи хипермаркетите Хит

    КЗК разрешава сделката, договорена в началото на юни
    21 Август 2019, 08:00
  • Собственикът на homeMax купи хипермаркетите Хит

    КЗК разрешава сделката, договорена в началото на юни
    21 Август 2019, 08:00
  • (DF) Bulgarian Regional Development Ministry, Macedonian Local Self-Government Ministry Sign Memorandum of Understanding

    August 20 (BTA) - Bulgarian Minister of Regional Development and Public Works Petya Avramova and Macedonian Minister of Local Self-Government Goran Milevski signed here a memorandum of understanding between the two ministries, Avramova's press centre said Tuesday. Petya Avramova noted that the document is indicative of the excellent long-term and beneficial cooperation between the two countries and their ministries. Bulgaria and North Macedonia agreed to hold meetings on issues of mutual interest. The two countries will also organize trainings, seminars, expert working groups, and a regular exchange of information. For this purpose, a new joint working group will be set up. Before the ceremony, the two delegations met with Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev. The participants underlined the two countries' promise to realize the projects that will improve connectivity in the region, with a focus on the Pan-European Corridor 8, as well as the EU-funded transborder cooperation. Zoran Zaev expressed his gratitude for the big support that Bulgaria showed during North Macedonia's road to entering NATO and the EU. After the Friendship Treaty between the two countries was signed in 2017, the political dialogue was activated and there was a new impulse for developing sectoral cooperation. "Europe obviously values highly our efforts, as both our countries have been given the opportunity to hold the Western Balkans Berlin Process presidency next year. This can only encourage us to work hard on all topics of mutual interest," Minister Avramova said. She also noted the progress on the programme for transborder cooperation with North Macedonia. Forty-eight projects worth over 10 million euro total have already been completed. Avramova pointed out that it is very important to bring forward the implementation of the Pan-European Corridor 8, which is the shortest link between the Adriatic and the Black Sea. "We want for our two capitals, Sofia and Skopje, to be connected with a nice motorway and a fast railway. We are also working on constructing a new border checkpoint at Klepalo (Southwestern Bulgaria), which will improve economic relations," Avramova noted. She added that in the next years, Bulgaria will have more road infrastructure resources, as an electronic system for collecting road taxes is currently in construction. By August 13, drivers with license plates registered in North Macedonia bought about 85,000 vignettes worth over 2 million leva total, placing Bulgaria fifth in the sale of vignettes to foreign drivers. The other four countries are Romania, Turkey, Germany and Greece. RY/TH /TH/
    21 Август 2019, 08:00