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September 11 (SeeNews) - Following is a schedule of corporate, economic and political events taking place in, or related to, Bulgaria through November 29. New or amended entries are marked (*).
* Tuesday, September 11 - Delhi (India): Bulgarian Prime Minister Sergei Stanishev continues five-day official visit to India at the invitation of his counterpart Manmohan Singh. (to September 15)
Tuesday, September 11 - Sofia: Fifth International Conference SEE Security Challenges Facing European Perspectives of the Region, hosted by Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov, to take place (to September 12).
Tuesday, September 11 - Sofia: A tender for a contractor to supply and install desulphurisation equipment at two units of Bulgaria's largest thermal power plant, Maritsa East 2, opens.
Wednesday, September 12 -Sofia: Central bank to release July current account data. (0900 GMT)
Wednesday, September 12 -Sofia: National Statistics Institute to release August consumer price inflation data.
Thursday, September 13 - Budapest (Hungary): REevolutio 2007 Budapest Real Estate Exhibition and Conference opens (to September 15): http://www.reevolutio.com/index_en.php
Friday, September 14 - Sofia: Holding company Eurohold Bulgaria holds a shareholders' meeting to vote on a proposal to issue up to 20 million euro ($27.5 million) in bonds and borrow up to 102.8 million euro to finance its car dealing and financial businesses.
Friday, September 14 - Gorna Oryahovitsa: Bulgaria's largest sugar plant Zaharni Zavodi holds a shareholders' meeting to vote on a proposal to increase its capital 12 times to some 8.3 million levs ($5.9 million/4.3 million euro) via a bonus issue, and to place bonds of up to 20 million levs.
Saturday, September 15 - Sofia: Bulgarian health insurer DOM - Zdrave holds a shareholders' meeting to vote on a proposal to raise its capital by up to 30% through an initial public offering.
Monday, September 17 -Sofia: Central bank to auction 10-year treasury notes worth 35 million levs.
Monday, September 17 - Sofia: Bulgarian power plant repairer Energoremont Holding holds a shareholders' meeting to vote on a proposal to issue bonds worth up to 50 million levs ($35.3 million/25.6 million euro).
Monday, September 17 - Sofia: Bulgarian industrial conglomerate Chimimport holds a shareholders' meeting to vote on a proposal not to pay 2006 dividend.
Tuesday, September 18 - Sofia: Dominant Finance, a majority Greek-owned company providing brokerage and business consultancy services, holds a shareholders' meeting to vote on a proposal for a 10-for-1 bonus share issue.
Wednesday, September 19 - Sofia: Majority Greek-owned Bulgarian company Chesterfield, active in real estate and furniture production and trading, holds a shareholders' meeting to vote on a proposal for a 12-for-one bonus share issue.
Saturday, September 22 - Independence Day.
September 24 - Sofia: SEE Capital Markets Conference, organised by Bulgarian business daily Dnevnik and the leading business information provider for Southeast Europe SeeNews, opens ( to September 25).
Monday, September 24 - Sofia: Central bank to auction five-year treasury notes worth 25 million levs
Monday, September 24 - Vienna (Austria): The fourth Annual CEE Retail Banking conference organised by Jacob Fleming Group opens. (to September 25) http://www.jacobfleming.com/buxus/generate_page.php?page_id=471
Wednesday, September 26 - Sofia: Central bank to release end-July gross foreign debt data. (1100 GMT)
Thursday, September 27 - Sofia: National Statistics Institute to release September business sentiment index.
Friday, September 28 - Sofia: National Statistics Institute to release August producer price index
Friday, September 28 - Slanchev Bryag: Bulgarian Black Sea resort operator Slanchev Bryag holds a shareholders' meeting to vote on a proposal to sell its infrastructure to the local municipality for 38.1 million levs ($26.6 million/19.6 million euro).
Sunday, September 30 - Sofia: Finance Ministry scheduled to release August budget revenue and spending data.
Wednesday, October 3 - Brussels (Belgium): Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov to meet King Albert II.
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 - 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 - 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.
Tuesday, October 23 -Athens (Greece): 8th Prodexpo- Real Estate Development Conference & Expo (to October 24)
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 (to November 29)
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