Foreign direct investment (FDI) in Bulgaria registered a USD337.26 million surge from January to June this year on an annual basis.
Bulgarian National Bank (BNB) showed that Bulgaria's FDI posted during the first half of 0.8 percent of the gross domestic product (GDP) from the 0.3 percent seen a year earlier during the same period.
National Cluster Conference will be held on 26 and 27 March in Sofia Tech Park. The event is under the patronage of the Ministry of Economy and is organized in partnership with Bulgarian Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Promotion Agency, ARC Consulting at Enterprise Europe Network-Bulgaria and the Business Clusters Association in Bulgaria within the framework of European Cluster Weeks.
In our age of globalization and economic interdependence, attracting foreign direct investment is vital for a country's economy. FDI helps create jobs, stimulate growth, boost competitiveness and revenues, facilitate the transfer of technology and know-how, and enhance innovation.
As Greece strengthens its external business links FDI becomes ever more important for the country.