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06:32 | 0 | Dnevnik
The hike in the value-added tax (VAT) in Bulgaria should be a last-ditch measure that should only be introduced in lockstep with an overhaul in government expenditure, macroeconomists and business people told finance minister Simeon Djankov yesterday.
06:33 | 0 | Dnevnik
The Bulgarian government, employers and unions on Tuesday fulfilled expectations by reaching agreement on the possible ways to lift budget revenue.
06:35 | 0 | Dnevnik
Purchases of Greek fuels on the Bulgarian border have fetched a puny rise in sales for local filling stations, a sign that reports that Greek drivers and swarming into Bulgarian outlets are ungrounded.
06:36 | 0 | Sofia News Agency
Investors from Kuwait have expressed strong interest in taking part in the construction of the “Black Sea” highway, Bulgaria's Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, announced.The highway is to connect Bulgaria's two major Black Sea cities – Varna and Burgas.
06:39 | 0 | Sofia Echo
Budget air carrier Ryanair is contemplating starting a direct link with Bulgaria's second-largest city, Plovdiv. In April 2010, company representatives are scheduled to arrive to make a final decision on the matter, according to Doichin Angelov, director of Plovdiv airport, according
06:40 | 0 | RadioNET
The European Parliament rapporteur on Bosnia-Herzegovina, Doris Pack, on Wednesday responded to what she said were Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik's personal insults, saying his behaviour was harmful to all peoples in Bosnia-Herzegovina, including the Bosnian Serb entity.
06:42 | 0 | EMGportal, ANA
The Hellenic American Union (HAU) and its affiliated Hellenic American University have filed an appeal with the Council of State (CoS) to annul a March 1, 2010 education ministry decision ordering the sealing of a building housing the former (in central Athens) and the removal
06:44 | 0 | ANA
As a part of this policy of initiatives, Droutsas highlighted both the meeting between Prime Minister George Papandreou and Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia premier Nikola Gruevski two days earlier in Brussels, as well as his own upcoming visit to Turkey on March 30.
06:45 | 0 | ANA
This year's tourism arrivals are expected at the same level as last year's but at the same time tourist sector revenues are expected to be slightly down, Hellenic Chamber of Hotels president Giorgos Tsakiris predicted on Tuesday.
06:48 | 0 | MIA
Today's meeting of Prime Ministers Nikola Gruevski and George Papandreou in Brussels is an excellent opportunity for progress on issues burdening bilateral relations, as well as assistance in moving forward the negotiating process.
06:51 | 0 | MIA
FYR Macedonia will initiate liberalization of commodities exchange with Russia through signing of a free trade agreement.
06:53 | 0 | Agerpres
Romania's goal is to maintain an assistance agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), including after it leaves the crisis behind, stated Wednesday evening President Traian Basescu, estimating at the same time that no new stand-by agreement will be needed.
06:54 | 0 | EUbusiness.com
The eurozone was shaken on Wednesday by fears the Greek finance crisis could be spreading after Portugal was hit by a credit downgrade and Spain faced mounting criticism of its budget plans.
06:56 | 0 | SEtimes.com
President Filip Vujanovic chose May 23rd as the date on which local elections will be held in 14 municipalities.
07:02 | 0 | MIA
According to Albania Power Corporation director Muharem Stojku, daily output has reached 29.3 million kWh, which is the largest production ever.