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PM Dancila says working visit to US, opportunity to sign documents regarding energy, healthcare

Prime Minister Viorica Dancila mentioned on Friday, in Resita (southwest) that the visit she will conduct to the United States of America next week is a working visit, during which a memorandum will be signed in the domain of Energy, but also a document with the World Bank in the realm of healthcare, reiterating that the delegation she will lead to the US is not there to take pictures, but to o

Bulgarian Kristalina Georgieva is the Only Candidate for IMF Director

World Bank Chief Executive Officer Kristalina Georgieva is the only candidate for IMF director, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said.

Kristalina Georgieva of Bulgaria, currently CEO of the World Bank, is unrivaled for the post of former managing director Christine Lagarde, who was elected to head the European Central Bank.

Plan to turn lignite plants into energy storage units

The European Commission is examining the possibility of turning Western Macedonia in northern Greece into an electrical energy storage center for the Balkans, in cooperation with the World Bank and companies that are seeking opportunities for the commercial development of unfledged or pilot technologies for energy storage.

Bulgaria Has Improved its Position in 16 of the 26 World Economic Rankings

Bulgaria has improved its position in 16 of the 26 world economic rankings. This is indicated by the data from the Bulgaria in Figures survey of the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. However, in 8 charts we have a deterioration in terms of key indicators. Where we have progress and what we have not achieved - the data is summarized by Victoria Boyadzhieva from BNT.

Bulgarian Kristalina Georgieva Selected as EU’s Candidate for IMF Head

Kristalina Georgieva, the Bulgarian chief executive of the World Bank, has been picked as Europe's choice to lead the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Reuters announced on August 2. Georgieva won the support of 56% of the member states, representing 55% of the population of the EU, reports BNT.

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