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December 28 (SeeNews) - Following is a schedule of corporate, economic and political events taking place in, or related to, Bulgaria through February 2. New or amended entries are marked (*).
* Friday, December 28 - Asparuhovo: Transport Minister Petar Mutafchiev opens a 4.6-kilometre railroad stretch between the towns of Tarnak and Asparuhovo in the northern part of the country (1030 GMT).
* Friday, December 28 – Sofia: The government's Registry Agency holds a news conference on the launch of an online commercial register (1000 GMT).
Friday, December 28 - Sofia: National Statistics Institute to release November producer price index.
Monday, December 31 - Sofia: Finance Ministry scheduled to release November budget revenue and spending data.
Monday, December 31 - Market and public holiday.
Tuesday, January 1 - New Year's Day. Public and market holiday.
Wednesday, January 2 - Sofia: Bulgarian Stock Exchanges resumes trading after Christmas/New Year break.
Friday, January 4 - Sofia: Deadline for filing offers in a tender for expansion of the underground railway in Bulgaria's capital Sofia.
Wednesday, January 9 - Sofia: Deadline for filing binding offers in a tender for 70% of maritime shipping company Navibulgar. German-led consortium KG Maritime Shipping is the sole bidder for the stake.
Friday, January 25 - Sofia: Bulgarian spirit drinks cap manufacturer Herti to hold an initial public offering (IPO) for up to 7.0 million euro.
Sunday, January 30 - Sofia: Bulgarian Internet services provider Web Media Group holds a shareholders’ meeting to vote on a proposed buy of trademark and company know-how of local newspaper Topsport for 795,950 levs ($585,170/405,220 euro) (0900 GMT).
* Saturday, February 2 – Sofia: Bulgarian cosmetics producer Aroma holds an extraordinary shareholders’ meeting to vote on a proposed capital increase, which will triple its share capital to 15.5 million levs ($11.6 million/7.9 million euro) (0900 GMT).
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