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10:33 | 0 | BNR
9 members of the Board of Directors of the World Bank Group paid a two-day visit to Bulgaria to get acquainted with the progress of partnership in support of its European membership.
10:37 | 0 | MIA
Construction of a new plant situated at the technological and industrial development zone Skopje 1 (TIRZ1) next week and start of operations in three factories in late May or early June were announced Sunday by PM Nikola Gruevski upon his visit to the Institute of Gerontology
10:39 | 0 | Agerpres
President Traian Basescu said Sunday that he will not submit to Parliament the letter of intent of the Romanian Government to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) unless the principle of not affecting the structural deficits of the public healthcare and pension funds is observed.