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Commission for Consumer Protection: Let's Not Go Hysterical over Black Friday Sales


Traders cheat us with discount rates, watch out for prices, advises CPC chairman

Controlling the market on the eve of Black Friday, we are monitoring online trading first and foremost, as it has seen a turbulent rise in recent months, Chairman of the Consumer Protection Commission Dimitar Margaritov explained on the Bulgarian National Radio (BNR).

Bulgarian Industrial Association: The 60/40 Measure Does not Work

A survey by the Bulgarian Industrial Association (BIA) among 580 enterprises in the sphere of services and trade shows that more than 80% of them say that the 60/40 anti-crisis measure (sharing the cost of staff salaries between the state and employers) is inefficient, Dimiter Brankov, BIA Vice President said for the Bulgarian National Radio.

Assoc. Prof. Kunchev: The Epidemic in Bulgaria is still Far from Over

The epidemic in Bulgaria is still far from over, although the signals for control are becoming more clear. This opinion was expressed by the State Chief Health Inspector and member of the National Operational Headquarters for Combating Coronavirus Assoc. Prof. Angel Kunchev before the Bulgarian National Radio.

Economy Minister Karanikolov: Bulgaria’s Economy is Able to Withstand the Crisis

The 60/40 scheme developed by the state authorities to support employment in Bulgaria is right. We are yet to see how different sectors of the national economy will be affected by the Covid-19 crisis, this country's Minister of Economy Emil Karanikolov told the Bulgarian National Radio. 

Bulgarian Scientists Invented Filter against COVID-19

Bulgarian scientists invented a filter which purifies air from mechanical, chemical and biological pollutants. The hydro-cyclone system has been developed entirely by Bulgarian scientists and is a completed technology for destruction of viruses and bacteria, including COVID-19, PhD student Viktor Stoyanov told the Bulgarian National Radio.

Rate of COVID-19 Infections is Reduced with 50% in Complete Isolation

The rate of COVID-19 infections  is reduced with 50% in complete isolation. The lives of 59,000 people were saved thanks to this measure. The number of people infected with coronavirus is much higher than the number of tested. Testing is insufficient and does not give us the full picture of the situation, Dr.