Latest News from Bulgaria

Dupnitsa Company Imports Seamstresses from Moldova

A company from Dupnitsa has filed an application for hiring seamstresses from Moldova and has been approved to appoint them, announced the city's labor office. This is done in accordance with the Agreement on the Regulation of Labor Migration between Bulgaria and Moldova.

The Collapse of Patronage in Bulgaria Continues

For the third consecutive year the catastrophic collapse of the patronage in Bulgaria continued and in 2018 only 13,380 leva were donated in support of culture and artists, and by three individuals. This is the report of the Minister of Culture Boil Banov to the Council of Ministers.

BSMEPA will Support the Association of Bulgarian Leaders and Entrepreneurs

Bulgarian Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Promotion Agency will support the most active community of young leaders and entrepreneurs in Bulgaria. Such an arrangement was reached by Executive Director of BSMEPA, Dr. Boyko Takov and Mrs. Kremena Dervenkova, Executive Director of the Association of Bulgarian Leaders and Entrepreneurs (ABLE) at a meeting today.

Food Prices in Bulgaria Are Close to the Average for Europe

The prices of some of the main commodities in Bulgaria are now close to the average for Europe. This shows Eurostat data on prices in Bulgaria compared to the average European ones, Nova TV reported. Prices for milk, cheese and eggs reach 98% of the Union average. That's how we take the tenth place in the Union.

Sunny and Hot Sunday

It will be mostly sunny today. In the afternoon, cumulus clouds will form mostly over the West and Central Bulgaria, where some places can expect rain showers and thunder. There will be weak south-southeast wind. Maximum temperatures will be between 31 ° and 36 °, in Sofia about 31 °.

The sea water temperature is between 25-27°.

The E-commerce Turnover is about BGN 3 Billion Per Year

BGN 3 billion per year are circulating in the e-commerce, and that is the statistics only for the companies with distance sales, so the amount is at least BGN 500 mln. This is estimated by experts from the branch.

China is Building Six New Bulk Carriers for the Bulgarian Navy

China is building six new bulk carriers for the Bulgarian Navy.

In his official facebook profile MFA (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) showed a picture of Bulgaria's Consul General Dimitar Pamulov in Shanghai, China, standing at the 6-ton rotor of the Bulgarian bulk ship "Rozhen", which was built in the last two years.

Acronis Bulgaria Expands with BGN 1.2 Million Investments and 130 New Jobs

Acronis Bulgaria received an A-class investment certificate from Emil Karanikolov, Minister of Economy. The company will invest 1.2 million leva and will expand its activity with 130 new engineers, it is clear from the announcement to the media.

Traffic Congestion in Sofia is Worse than those in San Francisco and Sydney

The capitals of three neighbors of Bulgaria are among the ten cities in Europe with the greatest traffic congestion. These are Istanbul, Bucharest and Athens, with the first two cities ranked second and third in 2018, only behind Moscow. The Greek capital is in 7th place, ahead of Rome, Warsaw and Ekaterinburg.

Bulgaria’s Minister of Regional Development and Public Works Opens the Conference "Business and Regions"

Bulgaria's Minister of Regional Development and Public Works Petya Avramova on June 21 will open the conference "Business and Regions". The purpose of the conference is to show good practices for the influence of business on the development of small companies in the relevant regions, which largely determines the existence of a number of settlements, reports BNT. 

Bulgaria will Open Talks with Gazprom on Reducing the Price of Natural Gas

Bulgaria will start talks with Gazprom on lowering the price of natural gas, Bulgaria's Energy Minister Temenuzhka Petkova said on June 21. Bulgaria will refer to the decision of the European Commission, which allows the parties disadvantaged by the Russian company because of the higher prices to start negotiations, reports BNT

Revythousa to help Bulgaria in LNG supply

Less than a year after it was upgraded with a third tank, the gas terminal on the island of Revythousa is confirming its strategic role as a feeder of the broader Balkan market, as on August 31 it will receive the first liquefied natural gas load destined for Bulgaria that is procured directly by a Bulgarian company.

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