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  • KRIB thanked the MRF PG for refining the 60/40 measure in accordance with the request of the Confederation of Employers and Industrialists in Bulgaria.
    KRIB thanks DUP's NG for refining 60/40 measure
    2020-04-07 18:30:17
    KRIB thanked the MRF PG for refining the 60/40 measure in accordance with the request of the Confederation of Employers and Industrialists in Bulgaria.
  • The list of donors assisting Bulgarian medics in their fight against coronavirus infection was joined by Yuri Gagarin AD.
    Plovdiv plant “Yuri Gagarin” donated BGN 100,000 for the fight against coronavirus
    2020-04-07 16:30:04
    The list of donors assisting Bulgarian medics in their fight against coronavirus infection was joined by Yuri Gagarin AD.
  • About 3,000 people a day are left out of work because of the state of emergency. Over 7178 registered in the Labor Bureaux only for the last working day of last week. Not a small part of them — 5075 mention that directly or indirectly this is due to the coronavirus crisis.
    Alarming: 3,000 Bulgarians are out of work a day
    2020-04-07 15:30:04
    About 3,000 people a day are left out of work because of the state of emergency. Over 7178 registered in the Labor Bureaux only for the last working day of last week. Not a small part of them — 5075 mention that directly or indirectly this is due to the coronavirus crisis.
  • China has exported 10.2 billion yuan worth of medical supplies (about $1.43 billion) since March 1. Among them were 3.86 billion face masks, 37.52 million protective clothing, 2.41 million infrared thermometers, medical fans, test kits and glasses, Jing Hai, a Central Customs Office official, said at a briefing Sunday, as cited by Radio China.
    China has exported medical supplies for over 10 billion yuan
    2020-04-07 11:30:17
    China has exported 10.2 billion yuan worth of medical supplies (about $1.43 billion) since March 1. Among them were 3.86 billion face masks, 37.52 million protective clothing, 2.41 million infrared thermometers, medical fans, test kits and glasses, Jing Hai, a Central Customs Office official, said at a briefing Sunday, as cited by Radio China.
  • There should be an anti-crisis headquarters, said Yevgeny Ivanov, executive director of KRIB, asked by Nova TV if he agrees with this proposal of VMRO in view of the obscurity of how long the state of emergency will continue. According to him, there is such a headquarters now, but it needs to be dressed with credentials and start working.
    Evgeny Ivanov: There must be an anti-crisis headquarters
    2020-04-07 10:30:15
    There should be an anti-crisis headquarters, said Yevgeny Ivanov, executive director of KRIB, asked by Nova TV if he agrees with this proposal of VMRO in view of the obscurity of how long the state of emergency will continue. According to him, there is such a headquarters now, but it needs to be dressed with credentials and start working.
  • Germany's automotive sector expectations for exports have fallen to a low level since March 2009, when Europe's largest economy was in the midst of the global financial crisis. This was announced today by Germany's leading Ifo Institute (Ifo), quoted by Reuters.
    Lowest German auto sector export expectations since 11
    2020-04-07 09:30:04
    Germany's automotive sector expectations for exports have fallen to a low level since March 2009, when Europe's largest economy was in the midst of the global financial crisis. This was announced today by Germany's leading Ifo Institute (Ifo), quoted by Reuters.
  • Banks are ready with the moratorium on payment of loans, but for this they will have to have a good credit record and regularly paid contributions, NOVA reported.
    Banks are ready with the moratorium on payment of loans
    2020-04-07 08:30:14
    Banks are ready with the moratorium on payment of loans, but for this they will have to have a good credit record and regularly paid contributions, NOVA reported.
  • Singapore announced additional spending worth 5.1 billion Singapore dollars ($3.55 billion), with which it will cover salaries, deferred levies and one-off payments to deal with the effects on the economy of the coronavirus pandemic, Reuters reported.
    Singapore allocates another $3.5bn to support economy
    2020-04-07 07:30:18
    Singapore announced additional spending worth 5.1 billion Singapore dollars ($3.55 billion), with which it will cover salaries, deferred levies and one-off payments to deal with the effects on the economy of the coronavirus pandemic, Reuters reported.