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The Bulgarian Economy - 67% of Services, 28% of Industry and 5% of Agriculture

The National Statistical Institute (NSI) published data on regional gross domestic product (GDP) for 2017 These data give us the opportunity to orient ourselves in the economic processes at the regional level, even though they are a year back. Traditionally, news about regional GDP focuses on differences between areas. And in 2017, for example, Sofia is far ahead with GDP per capita
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Most Wanted Workers by Sectors and Professions in February in Bulgaria

The number of registered unemployed in the Labor Offices continued to decline and in February and fell to 205,013, down from January with 2.1%. As of February 2018, the number of unemployed is nearly 25,600 less, the Employment Agency reported. The level of February registered unemployment also declined - it is 6.2%, with an annual decrease of 0.8 percentage points. The comparison with
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For a Year Inflation in Bulgaria Accelerated to 3.2% in February

Consumer prices rose by 0.5% in February compared with the previous month and by 3.2% in the same month of 2018, the National Statistical Institute reported. Inflation rose three months in a row after falling in October and November. In December annual inflation was 2.7% and in January it was 3%. For month, food and non-alcoholic beverages appreciated by 1.7%, transport services
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Bulgarian Exports Start the Year with Growth of 3.8%

In January 2019, goods in the total amount of BGN 4 558.3 ​​million were exported from Bulgaria, which is 3.8% more than in the same month of the previous year, preliminary data from the National Statistical Institute show. Total goods imported in the country in January amounted to BGN 4,983.5 million, or 1.5% less than in January 2018. The external trade balance
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BSMEPA in Support of the Partnership between Bulgarian and Armenian Business

Deputy Minister of Economy Alexander Manolev is on a visit to the Republic of Armenia for participation in an Intergovernmental Commission for Economic Cooperation. He is accompanied by Executive Director of Bulgarian Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Promotion Agency (BSMEPA), Dr. Boyko Takov with a business delegation, which includes more than 30 Bulgarian companies. A business forum and meetings
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Over 1/3 of Industrial Companies in Bulgaria Insecure About the Economic Environment and Workforce

Over one-third of industrial companies point to an insecure economic environment as obstacles to their business and complain of labor shortages, according to the February survey of the National Statistical Institute. In construction, orders are on the increase, in services are looking for staff, and in commerce there are attitudes to raise prices. As a result of these divergent trends in February
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Bulgaria Will Cooperate with the Altai Region in Tourism

 Ministry of Tourism A co-operation agreement on tourism in the Altai region is going to be signed. This was stated by Minister of Tourism Nikolina Angelkova during her talks with Pavel Vladimirovich Dityatev - President of the Altai Government and Minister of Economic Development, and Evgenyi Vitalyevich Deshevich, Head of the Tourism and Resort Development Department,
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Fruits & Vegetables in Bulgaria on the Rise

With nearly 250 billion euro per year, the growing consumption of fruits and vegetables brings many opportunities and impetus for changes around the entire world. Expected to continue rising, the trend is mainly based on the non-traditional foods like nuts and berries. The international trade of only avocados and blueberries has been grown fivefold over the past 10 years. The production
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Over 3% Growth in the Bulgarian Economy is Expected in 2019

pixabay.com Over 3% growth in the economy in 2019, awaits the Ministry of Economy this year, reported the Bulgarian National Television. This was stated by the Minister of National Affairs Emil Karanikolov from the floor of the National Assembly. He argued that foreign direct investment in 2018 had fallen by 40%. Last year's investments in our country amounted to a billion
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Largest Battery Maker in Eastern Europe Creates a Factory for BGN 42 Million in Vratsa

The largest battery manufacturer in Eastern Europe - the Bulgarian "Monbat", plans to build a new production facility in Vratsa. It becomes clear from an investment intention of the joint-stock company sent to Kalin Kamenov, Mayor of the town, about 42 million leva will be invested in it. According to the company's plans there will be rechargeable batteries, and the annual volume
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