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  • An appetizing plot of nearly 70 acres, which houses several abandoned buildings for holiday stations, is being sold once again by PSI. The auction will actually start on 16 June and run for a month, with bids open on 17 July. The property is located in the park “Rosenets” and its starting price is 45.2 million BGN incl. VAT.
    They put on auction an appetizing resort property of 70 acres by the sea in Burgas
    2020-05-30 07:30:17
    An appetizing plot of nearly 70 acres, which houses several abandoned buildings for holiday stations, is being sold once again by PSI. The auction will actually start on 16 June and run for a month, with bids open on 17 July. The property is located in the park “Rosenets” and its starting price is 45.2 million BGN incl. VAT.
  • Residents of Hungary, Bulgaria, Italy, Greece and Spain had the most financial problems during the coronavirus pandemic. This shows a new survey among citizens of the European Union (EU), quoted by BGNES.
    EU finds: Bulgarians suffered the most from the pandemic!
    2020-05-30 06:30:20
    Residents of Hungary, Bulgaria, Italy, Greece and Spain had the most financial problems during the coronavirus pandemic. This shows a new survey among citizens of the European Union (EU), quoted by BGNES.
  • The sector is totally hit, we have to reach out to a business that has 70% collapse at the global level, noted Atanas Dimitrov from the Bulgarian Hospitality and Restaurant Organization in the show “This Morning” on the occasion of the VAT reduction for hotels and restaurants.
    Lower VAT for restaurants - salvation for the restaurant industry?
    2020-05-30 04:30:16
    The sector is totally hit, we have to reach out to a business that has 70% collapse at the global level, noted Atanas Dimitrov from the Bulgarian Hospitality and Restaurant Organization in the show “This Morning” on the occasion of the VAT reduction for hotels and restaurants.
  • Yesterday the annual session of the Pan-China Assembly of Members of Parliament (CAP) ended. At the news conference after its end, Prime Minister Li Keqiang was responding to journalistic questions on a range of topics such as China's economic development, opening up and cooperation, demonstrating confidence that the country would be able to achieve its annual development goals.
    Radio China: China's steady development boosts global economy growth
    2020-05-30 03:30:17
    Yesterday the annual session of the Pan-China Assembly of Members of Parliament (CAP) ended. At the news conference after its end, Prime Minister Li Keqiang was responding to journalistic questions on a range of topics such as China's economic development, opening up and cooperation, demonstrating confidence that the country would be able to achieve its annual development goals.
  • Growth of 4.5 percent marked Turkey's economy on an annual basis in the first quarter of 2020, the Turkish Statistics Institute said, quoted by the Anadolu Agency.
    Turkey reports economic growth of 4.5% in first quarter
    2020-05-30 02:30:06
    Growth of 4.5 percent marked Turkey's economy on an annual basis in the first quarter of 2020, the Turkish Statistics Institute said, quoted by the Anadolu Agency.
  • Bulgaria will have access to around 13 billion euros in grants as part of the recovery plan following the Covid-19 outbreak proposed by the European Commission. This was stated by Deputy Prime Minister Tomislav Donchev, quoted by BNR.
    Donchev: Nearly 13 billion euros for Bulgaria under the EC plan for COVID-19
    2020-05-30 00:30:16
    Bulgaria will have access to around 13 billion euros in grants as part of the recovery plan following the Covid-19 outbreak proposed by the European Commission. This was stated by Deputy Prime Minister Tomislav Donchev, quoted by BNR.
  • In April 2020, the collapse of the trips of Bulgarian citizens abroad and the visits of foreigners to Bulgaria continues due to the suspension of international flights and the closure of land borders due to the worldwide spread of coronavirus COVID-19, reported National Statistical Institute.
    The collapse of the trips of Bulgarians abroad and foreigners in Bulgaria continues
    2020-05-29 22:30:06
    In April 2020, the collapse of the trips of Bulgarian citizens abroad and the visits of foreigners to Bulgaria continues due to the suspension of international flights and the closure of land borders due to the worldwide spread of coronavirus COVID-19, reported National Statistical Institute.
  • Tickets for public transport in Athens and Thessaloniki will become cheaper from June 1st because of the Greek government's decision to reduce transport VAT from 24 per cent to 13 per cent from 1 June to 31 October under measures to support citizens, businesses and tourism for the coronavirus, ANA-MPA reported.
    Public transport tickets in Athens and Thessaloniki get cheaper due to reduced VAT
    2020-05-29 21:30:05
    Tickets for public transport in Athens and Thessaloniki will become cheaper from June 1st because of the Greek government's decision to reduce transport VAT from 24 per cent to 13 per cent from 1 June to 31 October under measures to support citizens, businesses and tourism for the coronavirus, ANA-MPA reported.