The world's largest cruise corporation Carnival is selling a total of 18 of its ships to cover some of the losses caused by the Covid-19 outbreak. The firm has already parted with 8 cruise courts, and 18 more are yet to be sold because of the constricted demand for similar travel packages and postponed courses.
“I am proud that companies with US capital like JDE Peet's work in Bulgaria for the benefit of all of us.”
I will ask Kornelia Ninova to prepare with real information when she decides to take the floor on such an important issue as taking on a new debt. This is what Minister of Finance Kiril Ananiev said from the parliamentary tribune in response to the statement of BSP leader Kornelia Ninova.
By the end of the year or at the beginning of next, Bulgaria can propose a national plan for the absorption of resources from the European Union to overcome the health and economic consequences of Covid-19. This was announced by Deputy Prime Minister Tomislav Donchev during the parliamentary control, writes Trud.
The Ministry of Finance and BNB are discussing measures to protect consumers when withdrawing money from ATMs with too high fees.
The EC has decided to allocate an additional 23,800,000 euros to Greece from the Internal Security Fund to support border management. 12,800,000 euros in additional funding also receives Bulgaria.
Toplofikatsiya Sofia EAD extends the deadline for appeal of the countervailing accounts until September 30, 2020 in compliance with the recommendation of the Minister of Energy Temenuzhka Petkova.