Latest News from Bulgaria
Some 79% of top managers in Bulgaria are satisfied with the benefits their employer provides such as insurance, company car, and food vouchers, compared to just 46% of employees.
According to the Aon Hewitt Best Employers study, Bulgarian employers do not take into account the needs of their workers when considering benefits.
KRAGUJEVAC - The 16th Golden Spark international puppet theatre festival has begun in Kragujevac, central Serbia.
The festival, to be held from May 11 to 15, will feature 11 theatres from Serbia and all over the world, the director of the Kragujevac Children's Theatre Zoran Djoric told Tanjug on Sunday.
The deadline for Bulgaria's Electricity Distribution Companies (EDCs) to present their standpoint in the dispute with energy watchdog DKEVR expires on Monday.
It has been extended twice so far, after the National Electricity Company (NEK) presented new proofs in the dispute on the debts of the EDCs.
Bulgarian Economy and Energy Minister Dragomir Stoynev has predicted a coal price increase.
Speaking Sunday in the southern town of Radnevo, he said that the price of coal produced by the Maritsa Iztok Mines would go up from BGN 75 to BGN 77 per tonne of conditional fuel in the new regulatory period.
From Bulgaria to New Jersey, infographic reveals the 10 WORST destinations in the world for a holiday
By the Daily Mail. This is only a part of the article. The 'Top 10', made with sense of humor, is available by clicking the link.