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PM Borissov on First Sod of The Supercomputer in Sofia: Bulgaria is Becoming a Digital Hub in the Region!

Facebook "With its huge power, the supercomputer in Bulgaria will be able to make billions of operations, comparisons and conclusions within an hour. The heat generated by it will be used to heat neighboring buildings. After its construction, Bulgaria will establish itself as a digital hub in the region. The value of the whole project is 18 million euros. We competed with countries from
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Bulgarian Minister of Tourism Angelkova: The Measure 60/40 Becomes 80/20 for the Tourism Sector

"The new design of the measure 60/40 has been adopted by the Council of Ministers. In the tourism sector it becomes 80/20. BGN 290 assistance is also granted to an employee ”. This was announced by the Minister of Tourism Nikolina Angelkova at a briefing in the Council of Ministers. An additional BGN 50 million has been allocated for the sector under the special program related
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Bulgaria's Economy Minister Karanikolov: The Approved € 100 million for BG Companies Are Only One Part of the Aid

The nearly € 100 million approved by the European Commission to support medium-sized enterprises affected by the coronavirus epidemic is only part of the aid we expect from Brussels. This was explained today in Plovdiv by the Minister of Economy Emil Karanikolov, quoted by BNR. "Actually, with the 310 million levs that Bulgaria will give, we will get about 1.3 billion euros in
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BSMEPA: Bulgaria is the Sixth Largest Exporter of Electric Bicycles in Europ

The Bulgarian Ministry of Economy, the Bulgarian Small and Medium Enterprises Promotion Agency and the Institute for Market Economy presented the main conclusions of the International Study prepared by IME and identification of potential markets for export growth of Bulgarian SMEs in selected sectors. In connection with compliance with the measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, the
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Wizz Air Аnnounced 8 New Routes from Varna, Bulgaria

Wizz Air announced today the distribution of the 3rd aircraft to its base in Varna. The new Airbus A320 will join the flotilla on July 24, 2020, which will make it possible to launch 8 new routes from Varna to Athens, Barcelona, ​​Brussels, Salzburg, Frankfurt, Nuremberg, Karlsruhe / Baden-Baden and Hanover. As a result of today's news, this summer the airline will have a flotilla
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Bulgaria: Employed at Tourism and Transport Will Receive State Support

Employers and self-employed from the Transport, Hotel and Restaurant Business and Tourism whose revenues decreased by at least 20% are entitled to financial compensations to the tune of EUR 148 a month to maintain employment. Nearly 22,000 people affected by the coronavirus pandemic are expected to receive this support. The money is allotted under the Human Resources Development Operational
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Bulgaria: VAT for Restaurants, Books and Baby Goods Becomes 9% from July 1

pixabay.com From 1 July, the reduced rate of value added tax of 9% will apply to books, restaurants and catering services, baby food and diapers. The rate is temporary and will be valid until December 31, 2021, according to the Revenue Agency. Not only hoteliers, but also publishers and distributors of books and textbooks, including electronic editions, will benefit from the change in the
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NSI Bulgaria: Over 80% of Tourist Trips in 2020 Were in the Country

pixabay.com A total of 490.7 thousand Bulgarians traveled in the first quarter of 2020. 83.3% of them visited places in Bulgaria, 14.2% - only abroad, and 2.5% traveled both in the country and abroad, the NSI reported. Compared to the same quarter of 2019, the total number of travelers over the age of 15 decreased by 47.2%. In the first quarter of 2020, 581.7 thousand or 95.1% of the
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Unemployment in Bulgaria Is Between 16.5% and 4.4%

pixabay.com In 15 of the 28 districts of Bulgaria, unemployment is over 10%, compared to the national average of 9%, according to an analysis by the Employment Agency for the month of May. On average, 9 unemployed people compete for one vacancy. Unemployment is highest in Vidin - 16.5%, and lowest in Sofia - 4.4%. The strongest competition for jobs is in Pleven, where 20 people compete
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Eurostat: Bulgaria With The Lowest Prices in EU

pixabay.com The gap in the prices of consumer goods and services in the individual countries members of the EU in 2019 was considerable, with Denmark having the highest price level, and Bulgaria – the lowest, Eurostat data show. The prices of goods and services in Denmark were 141% of the EU average, and in Bulgaria - 53%. Alcohol and tobacco are cheapest in Bulgaria (62% of the EU
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