Business

Bulgarian Customs Agency Notches Record Revenues

The National Customs Agency notched up a record revenues of over 1 bln leva in August 2021 from excise duties, import VAT and customs duties, the Agency said in a press release on Friday.
The Agency's monthly revenues exceeded 1 bln leva for the first time in history. The result was achieved even though there were no regulatory changes or tax increases.

Google to train Turkish youth interested in developing mobile applications

Google will open its doors to 2,000 young people in Turkey to help with their technology careers, said the Turkish industry and technology minister on Sept. 22. 

A signing ceremony was held at Turkey's largest technology and aerospace event Teknofest for an academy to train young people interested in developing mobile games and applications.

Over Half of Bulgarians Never Do Shopping Online - Trend Polling Agency

Nearly 56 per cent of Bulgarians never shop online, according to a nationally representative poll conducted by the Trend agency between July 16 and 22 among 1,007 Bulgarians aged 18 or over. Its findings were presented at BTA's National Press Club on Monday at a joint news conference with Bosch Home Appliance Group Bulgaria

Bulgaria's Labor Market during Pandemic as Reflected by Tuk-Tam Career Hive Forum

IT experts, marketing managers, people employed at outsourcing companies, business consultants and financial advisors are among the most demanded specialists at present, indicate data of a poll conducted by Radio Bulgaria during the 2021 edition of Tuk-Tam Career Hive forum held in Bulgaria's capital Sofia.

Mitarakis – The new measures strengthen young people and Greek society

The Minister of Immigration and Asylum, Notis Mitarakis, analyzed the new measures announced yesterday at the Thessaloniki International Fair by Kyriakos Mitsotakis, for MEGA television.

As he stressed, the government has given priority to young people, the vulnerable and households.

Greece – 36.7% of SMEs face the fear of being shut down

A percentage of 36.7% of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are facing the fear of filing for bankruptcy, according to a survey by the Center for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Greece.

In particular, according to this survey, the percentage of enterprises that express the fear of a possible cessation of their activity in the next period remains very high (36.7%).

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