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Bulgarian National Bank: Incompetent and Irresponsible Statements! Changing the BGN-EUR Exchange Rate is Impossible
"Changing the leva-euro exchange rate is impossible". This is stated by the Bulgarian National Bank to National radio, after yesterday information was spread, which is claimed to be from a report of the Ministry of Finance, according to which there is a risk of a change in the exchange rate of the leva against the euro.
Bulgaria’s Finance Minister: There is No Risk of Bankruptcy
"There is no risk of bankruptcy of the state, nor of the intervention of the International Monetary Fund and the need to take out new debt." This was stated on the National Television by the Acting Minister of Finance Rositsa Velkova. Her comment was on the occasion of the two scenarios of the long-term budget forecast leaked to the media yesterday.
Ministry of Finance: Bulgaria is facing Bankruptcy, there is Risk for the Fixed BGN-EUR Exchange Rate
Mali: US crisis to have no impact on Serbian economy
BELGRADE - Serbian Finance Minister Sinisa Mali said on Wednesday a US banking crisis would have no indirect or direct impact on Serbian banks or the financial and the business sectors.
IMF sets stage to disburse new round of $5.3 bln to Argentina
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on March 13 it has reached an agreement with the government of Argentina on the fourth review of the aid package for the South American country, paving the way for the disbursement of some $5.3 billion.
NBS FX reserves highest on record
BELGRADE - Increasing by 282.9 mln euros from a month earlier, National Bank of Serbia (NBS) gross FX reserves reached 21,196.2 mln euros at end-February, their highest end-of-month level since records began in 2000.
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FinMin Staikouras in Brussels Mon-Tue for EU meetings
Finance Minister Christos Staikouras will be attending the Europgroup and Ecofin meetings in Brussels on Monday and Tuesday, respectively.
Mali: Reform of energy sector, EPS to start immediately
MT KOPAONIK - Serbian Finance Minister Sinisa Mali said on Wednesday a reform of Serbia's energy sector and the national power company EPS would begin immediately.
In 2022: The Bulgarian Economy Grew Less than Expected according to Preliminary Data
The economy of Bulgaria has grown by 3.4% in 2022. This is shown by the preliminary data of the National Statistical Institute (NSI). The expectations of the European Commission and the IMF were for a growth of 3.9%, but the statistics are subject to correction over time.
Brnabic: Arrangement with IMF to help energy sector, stability
DUBAI- Serbian PM Ana Brnabic said on Monday Serbia had signed a 2.4 bln euro stand-by arrangement with the IMF that would in part be used for the energy sector and, in part, for stability.