“Some of the ideas for measures are announced with some delay, which creates a sense of uncertainty among businesses, especially among small firms. The 60/40 measure remains the skeleton of support for businesses. The unpaid leave measure is strange because it operates in parallel with 60/40”.
Today — December 1, between 17:00 and 21:00, activities are planned to implement updates of the electronic toll collection system — vignettes and tolls. This was reported by the press center of API.
Thirty percent drop in book sales this year due to the pandemic, reports Association “Bulgarian Book”, the organization informed.
In Belgium today, shops are opening to sell goods that are not essential. This was made possible after encouraging data to reduce the number of infections and people with KOVD-19 admitted to hospitals, the Associated Press reported.
For the sixth consecutive year in 2021, the prices of e-vignettes remain unchanged. Owners or drivers of cars will be able to buy the annual, as before, for BGN 97, the quarterly - for BGN 54, the monthly - for BGN 30, the weekly - for BGN 15, and the weekend vignette for BGN 10. Drivers can buy and check the validity of the electronic vignette on the website www.bgtol.bg and the mobile application BGTOL. In January and February 2021, over 800 000 annual e-vignettes for cars expires. This was reported by the press center of API.
The European Commission has approved a Bulgarian scheme amounting to BGN 30 million (approximately €15 million) to support micro, small and medium-sized bus companies affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The scheme was approved under the Temporary State Aid Framework adopted by the EU, the European Commission press office said.
Early morning crowds of people rush into shops to buy frantically. This is what “Black Friday” usually looks like every year in the US when Americans shop madly before the holidays. This year, however, such scenes were rarely observed, Radio China reports.