The Turkish company Arkomat, which specialises in the production of wire harnesses for Volkswagen, will open a second production plant in Bulgaria in a month.
Arkomat opened its first factory in Bulgaria in the town of Kazanlak sixteen years ago and now plans to open a second one in the town of Karlovo.
Bulgarian police have prevented the trafficking of about 90 illegal migrants in two separate incidents near Tsarevo, close to the border with Turkey, the Sofia-based news daily 24 Chasa reported on Thursday.
Forty-one migrants from Syria including women and children were found packed in a minivan driven by a Bulgarian man from the city of Burgas late on Wednesday.
Bulgaria's Interior Ministry has denied media reports it is looking for two suspected terrorists allegedly linked to Islamic State group.
The information that appeared in Bulgarian media on Sunday was "wrong interpretation of measures being taken by the Interior Ministry", the Ministry said in a statement, according to 24 Chasa news daily.
A German tourist, aged 32, drowned in the Black Sea off the Bulgarian resort of Slanchev Bryag (Sunny Beach) on Tuesday.
This is the ninth person to fall victim to drowning on the southern Black Sea coast, daily Dnevnik informs.
The body was recovered near the lifeguard tower at the beach situated in front of the Burgas Beach hotel in the resort.