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There will be enough gas, price will not change for now

BELGRADE - Srbijagas Director General Dusan Bajatovic stated on Thursday that the price of gas will not change for now and that there will be enough gas to meet the country's needs.

Vice PM Dragnea: China, privileged partner for Romania

China is a privileged partner for Romania, Minister of Regional Development and Public Administration, Deputy Prime Minister Liviu Dragnea said at the official meeting with China's Vice Prime Minister Zhang Gaoli, held on Thursday at Victoria Palace (the Gov't offices).

Deputy PM Oprea: Romania, China relations excellent in all fields

The relations between Romania and the People's Republic of China are excellent in all fields, not only when it comes to culture, Romanian Deputy Prime Minister Gabriel Oprea said on Thursday at Victoria Palace (government headquarters) during the meeting with China's Vice Prime Minister Zhang Gaoli.

Ponta says might come back with billion dlrs or euros worth of clear energy projects

Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta announced on Wednesday that as part of the visit he is paying to the United States, he will meet the executives of several major U.S. energy companies in Houston on Friday. He added he hoped would return home with clearly-set energy projects worth 'several billions of dollars or euros'.

Yields Fall on Bulgaria's Seven-year Government Bonds

Yileds fell at Tuesday's auction of seven-year euro-denominated Bulgarian government bonds as the offer was heavily oversubscribed.

The Finance Ministry said on Wednesday it has reopened  the issued dated 30 April 2014, offering EUR 35 M worth of government bonds.

The average weighted annual ayield dropped to 2.20% from 2.26% at the previous reopening  on May 26. 

45% of Bulgarian Pensioners Still Working – Eurostat

Some 45% of Bulgarian pensioners continue to work, the European Union's statistics office Eurostat has claimed.

In 2012, the year for which latest EU labor market statistics were available, about 15% of all employed Bulgarian pensioners continued working mainly for financial reasons, while less than 10% did so mainly for non-financial reasons such as job satisfaction.