Romania's OPCOM electricity spot volumes - Mar 04, 2024
Romania's OPCOM electricity spot prices - Mar 04, 2024
Croatia power consumption - Mar 02, 2024
Serbia power consumption - Mar 02, 2024
Bulgaria power consumption - Mar 02, 2024
Oct 16, 2009 12:14 EEST
October 16 (SeeNews) - Following are some of the main stories in Bulgarian newspapers on Friday morning. SeeNews has not verified these reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.
You can download the 2023 Automotive industry in Southeast Europe report here
- China's largest manufacturer of sports utility vehicles (SUV) and pick-up trucks, Great Wall Mall, and its Bulgarian partner Litex Bulgaria signed on Thursday a final deal giving the green light to the construction of a SUV plant near Lovech, in northern Bulgaria. Total investment in the plant is due to reach 300 million euro.
- China Minmetals, China's largest metals trader, and the Bulgarian unit of global commodity trader Trafigura, signed on Thursday a $19 million copper deal.
- Approximately 16% of Bulgarian real estate investment trust (REIT) Bulland Investments have changed hands on the over the counter (OTC) market of the bourse in Sofia, bourse data showed.
- Bulgaria will seek a 1.4 million euro loan from the European Investment Bank, aiming to help local banks cut their lending rates, Finance Minister Simeon Dyankov said.
- Italy will back Bulgaria's demand for additional compensations of 300 million euro for the closure of two reactors at its Kozloduy nuclear power plant prior to joining the European Union in 2007, Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi said after a meeting with his Bulgarian counterpart Boyko Borisov in Sofia on Thursday.
- Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has invited Bulgaria to join the gas pipeline project between Greece and Italy to diversify its gas supply routes. Italy and Greece are partners in the Interconnection Turkey-Greece-Italy (ITGI) project, designed to link Azerbaijan and Italy and carry Azeri and Iranian gas to Europe. Bulgaria has plans to hook up to the pipeline and import Azeri gas.
- Bulgaria wants to keep as long as possible its golden share in its former telecoms monopoly BTC, currently majority-owned by AIG Global Investment Group, as it wants to have a member on the managing board until the restructuring of the company is completed, Transport, IT and Communications Minister Alexander Tsvetkov said.
($ = 0.67 euro)
You have run out of free articles this month.
Sign up in for
and get ten (10) free articles per month or sign up for
and get unlimited access.
Browse our free newsletter options