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Austrian daily Der Standard has published an article arguing that Boyko Borisov , former Bulgarian Prime Minister and current leader of the GERB party, is organizing a comeback.
Hundreds of angry depositors at Bulgaria's Corporate Commercial Bank staged protests in Sofia and several other cities on Tuesday, demanding access to their accounts that have been frozen since the bank was shut down in June.
The construction of a third bridge over the Danube River is to cost EUR 200 - 270 M, according to feasibility studies conducted at four places where it could be built.
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The biggest share of opponents to the minimum wage was registered in the cities of Montana, Veliko Tarnovo and Kardzhali, where 43% of those polled said it was a deterrent to hiring young workers.
Bulgaria will launch talks with green energy producers and power stations Maritsa Iztok 1 and 3 to draft a new model for setting electricity prices, a cabinet minister has said.
The first batch of pipes for the Bulgarian section of the South Stream gas pipeline has been delivered by German company Eurotype to the Port of Varna.
Sergei Stanishev has said he'll back Kristalina Georgieva for the post of EU foreign policy chief if EU leaders decided to give the position to the European People's Party.
Residents of flood stricken Mizia are still trying to deal with the extensive water damage to their homes and gardens.
Georgi Hristozov has been removed from the Board of Directors of the Bulgarian Energy Holding and is to be replaced by Anton Pavlov, caretaker Deputy Minister of Energy.
The ITF congress in Sofia, Bulgaria, today remembered the 1889 Great London Dock Strike as a great early example of international solidarity.
Bulgaria's caretaker PM Georgi Bliznashki has called for broad non-partisan support for the nomination of Kristalina Georgieva as the new EU's foreign policy chief.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 03:26 am
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