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October 3 (SeeNews) - Following is a schedule of corporate, economic and political events taking place in, or related to, Bulgaria through December 6. New or amended entries are marked (*).
Wednesday, October 3 - Sofia: Annual government meeting with businessmen and investors.
Wednesday, October 3 - Brussels (Belgium): Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov to meet King Albert II.
Thursday, October 4 - Sofia: French President Nicola Sarkozy starts official visit to Bulgaria.
Thursday, October 4 - Sofia: Finance Minister Plamen Oresharski to meet with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Mission head for Bulgaria and Romania, Albert Jaeger.
Thursday, October 4 - Sofia: An International Monetary Fund mission starts two-week visit to Bulgaria (to October 16).
* Tuesday, October 9 – Sofia: National Statistics Institute to release September industrial sales and industrial output data.
Tuesday, October 9 - Luxembourg: Finance Minister Plamen Oresharski to take part in the regular meeting of the EU's Economic and Financial Affairs (Ecofin) Council.
Tuesday, October 9 - Stockholm (Sweden): Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov to pay three-day official visit to Sweden at the invitation of King Carl XVI Gustaf. (to Oct 11)
Friday, October 12 - Sofai: National Statistics Institute to release September consumer price inflation data.
Friday, October 12 - Sofia: Finance Minister Plamen Oresharski to meet Greek counterpart George Alogoskoufis.
Friday, October 12 - Plovdiv: Bulgarian fabrics manufacturer Maritsatex, part of local group Industrial Holding Doverie, holds a shareholders' meeting to vote on a proposal for a 2.3 million levs ($1.6 million/1.2 million euro) capital increase.
* Monday, October 15 - Sofia: Central bank to release August current account data. (0900 GMT)
Monday, October 15 - Prague (Czech Republic): The third Annual Public -Private Partnership in CEE conference organised by Jacob Fleming Group opens. (to October 16). http://www.jacobfleming.com/buxus/generate_page.php?page_id=565
Tuesday, October 16 - Paris (France): Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov to pay two-day visit to France. (to Oct 17)
Wednesday, October 17 - Sofia: Deadline for placing bids for 100% of Sofia municipality-owned Slatina Bulgarplod marketplace.
Friday, October 19 - Washington D.C.: Finance Minister Plamen Oresharski to take part in the 2007 Annual Meetings of the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund.
Monday, October 22 - Sofia: Finance Ministry to release end-September public debt data.
* Tuesday, October 23 – Sofia: Central bank to release end-August gross foreign debt data. (1100 GMT).
* Tuesday, October 23: Sofia: National Statistics Institute to release housing prices for the third quarter of 2007.
Tuesday, October 23 -Athens (Greece): 8th Prodexpo- Real Estate Development Conference & Expo (to October 24)
* Friday, October 26 – Sofia: National Statistics Institute to release October business sentiment index.
* Tuesday, October 30 – Sofia: National Statistics Institute to release September producer price index.
Thursday, November 8 - Sofia: Business Information Forum organised by SeeNews and the International University opens in Sofia Grand Hotel.
Thursday, November 8 - Frankfurt (Germany): The third Emerging Europe Energy Summit, organised by IBP Publishing& Conferences, opens (to November 9) http://www.doingbusiness.ro/energy2007/summit.php?id_menu=1
Thursday, November 28 - London: The Emerging Markets Private Equity Forum opens in London, organised by Emerging Markets Private Equity organisation.
* Wednesday, December 5 – Munich: Munich: The 2007 European Mid Market Private Equity Summit, hosted by Private Equity International, opens. (to December 6) http://www.peimedia.com/midmarket07/
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