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Oct 08, 2009 11:16 EEST
October 8 (SeeNews) - Following is a schedule of corporate, economic and political events taking place in or related to Bulgaria through November 12. New or amended entries are marked (*).
* Thursday, October 8 - Sofia: A government-appointed working group will discuss a recovery plan for insolvent steel mill Kremikovtzi proposed by receiver Tsvetan Bankov and trade unions.
* Thursday, October 8 - Sofia: Bulgarian-based Bogatsa.com, active in food processing and retail, starts trading on the Bulgarian Stock Exchange.
* Thursday, October 8 - Sofia: Bulgarian consumer electronics retail chain Technopolis opens a hypermarket.
Friday, October 9 - Sofia: Bulgarian statistics office to release industrial sales and industrial output data for August.
Friday, October 9 - Sofia: Bulgaria’s Finance Ministry is expected to release end-August public debt data.
Tuesday, October 13 - Sofia: Bulgarian statistics office NSI to release September CPI data.
Wednesday, October 14 - Sofia: Bulgaria's central bank to release eight-month current account data. (0900 GMT)
Tuesday, October 20 - Sofia: Statistics office NSI to release data on railroad transport performance through September.
* Monday, October 19 - Sofia: Bulgaria's central bank to auction 35 million levs ($26.4 million/17.9 million euro) in five-year government treasury notes.
Wednesday, October 21 - Amsterdam: The Jacob Fleming Group organises a two-day The third Annual Collateral Management conference.
Friday, October 23 - Bulgaria's central bank to release data on the country's money supply for September. (0900 GMT)
Friday, October 23 - Central bank to release data on the September credit portfolio of Bulgarian commercial banks. (0900 GMT)
Friday, October 23 - Sofia: Bulgaria's central bank to release data on the country's gross foreign debt for end-August. (1100 GMT)
Tuesday, October 27 - Sofia: Bulgaria’s statistics office NSI to release data on the number of tourists in Bulgaria through September.
Wednesday, October 28 – Sofia: Bulgaria’s statistics office NSI to release October business sentiment index.
Thursday, October 29 - Sofia: Bulgarian statistics office NSI to release September producer prices data.
Friday, October 30 - Sofia: Deadline by which the Finance Ministry is to release budget balance data expires.
Tuesday, November 10 - Vienna: The Jacob Fleming Group organises a two-day Corporate Tax Forum Europe.
Thursday, November 12 - Vienna: The Jacob Fleming Group organises a two-day Financial Shared Services conference.
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