Complex

Complex

Twisted Knee Complex

Twisted Knee Complex


Bulgarian Regional Development Ministry, Macedonian Local Self-Government Ministry Sign Memorandum of Understanding 20.8.2019
Bulgarian Regional Development Ministry, Macedonian Local Self-Government Ministry Sign Memorandum of Understanding
August 20 (BTA) - Bulgarian Minister of Regional Development and Public Works Petya Avramova and Macedonian Minister of Local Self-Government Goran Milevski signed here a memorandum of understanding between the...

Meeting Jordan 20.8.2019
Meeting Jordan
August 20 (BTA) - Prime Minister Boyko Borissov met with visiting Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi, the Bulgarian government press office reported on Tuesday. During the talks, Borissov said Jordan is an...

19.8.2019
Farmers to Receive Lv 84 Mln as Reduced Excise Duty on Gas Oil
August 19 (BTA) - Farmers will be paid up to 84 million leva under the State aid scheme "Reduced Excise Duty on Gas Oil Used in Primary Agricultural Production", the Agriculture, Food and Forestry Ministry said Monday....


Weather/BNB fixing 21.08.19

20° Sofia 21° Plovdiv
20° Burgas 17° Stara Zagora
21° Varna 20° Rousse
CHF 1.59816 GBP 2.31651 USD 1.4962
MaxConsult.bg is a member of
www.fiabci.com www.nsni.bg www.bcci.bg/bulgarian/

Bulgartransgaz Selects New Contractor for Gas Pipeline between Provadia and Serbian Border

28.5.2019
May 28 (BTA) - Bulgartransgaz EAD has selected a new contractor for the construction of the gas pipeline between Provadia (Northeastern Bulgaria) and the border with Serbia, Bulgartransgaz Executive Director Vladimir Malinov told journalists on Tuesday. The pipeline will be constructed by the DZZD Consortium Gas Development and Expansion in Bulgaria, which includes one company from Italy, Germany, and Luxembourg each. The project is worth 1,102,197,333.19 euro exclusive of VAT, he said. The company initially ranked first in the public procurement procedure - Saudi Arabia's Association Consortium Arkad - did not submit documents either before the legal deadline or before the extended deadline requested by the company, Malinov explained. The consortium provided only 4 out of the 30 documents required, he added. The newly selected contractor initially offered a high price for the project's implementation, but on May 17 said it is willing to reduce the price by 31.5 per cent, thus making it slightly lower than that offered by Arkad, Malinov said. He expects the contract to be signed as soon as possible. The law allows this to happen within ten day after the contractor selection, provided there are no appeals and other procedural obstacles, Malinov specified. The work on the project will continue 615 days, with the first 308 km of the 475-kilometer route expected to be ready in 250 calendar days. Source: Sofia, http://www.bta.bg/en/c/DF/id/2019170
Latest news:
 Some 4% of Bulgarians in Temp Jobs in 2018 - Eurostat
May 28 (BTA) - At 4 per cent, Bulgaria had the EU\'s fifth lowest share of temporary employment in 2018, Eurostat data show. The EU average for temporary employees aged 15-64 was 14.1 per cent of the total number of...
Over 50 Galleries and Museums in Sofia Join European Night of Museums Over 50 Galleries and Museums in Sofia Join European Night of Museums
Sofia, May 18 (BTA) - Over 50 galleries and museums in Sofia are joining the European Night of Museums on May 18. The 15th edition of the event was organized on the initiative of the French Institute in Bulgaria, the...
 Over LV 1/3 Mln Paid out to Tobacco Growers in de Minimis Subsidies
May 17 (BTA) - Over 1.3 million leva has been paid out to tobacco growers as de minimis aid for sold and unpaid produce in previous years, Agriculture Minister Dessislava Taneva said Friday quoted by her press office....
Funding Agreements Presented for Bulgaria-Serbia Cross-Border Projects Funding Agreements Presented for Bulgaria-Serbia Cross-Border Projects
May 16 (BTA) - Bulgaria and Serbia will carry out joint projects for sustainable tourism, support for young people and environmental protection, financed under the Interreg-IPA CBC BulgariaSerbia Programme...
Prime Minister, Transport Operators Discuss New Road Toll System Prime Minister, Transport Operators Discuss New Road Toll System
May 16 (BTA) - Prime Minister Boyko Borissov met with representatives of transport companies on Thursday. The meeting, organized at the request of transport operators, included a discussion of the scope of the roads...
 Trade Between Bulgaria, South Africa Reached 221 Mln U.S. Dollars in 2018
May 16 (BTA) - Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister for Economy Luchezar Borissov participated in an economic and investment seminar, where he noted that in 2018, bilateral trade between Bulgaria and South Africa reached 221...
Inflation in April Reached 0.5% Inflation in April Reached 0.5%
May 15 (BTA) - Inflation in April compared to March reached 0.5 per cent, the National Statistical Institute said Wednesday. Inflation from the beginning of the year (April 2019 compared to December 2018) was 1.7...
 Bulgaria, Ukraine Agree to Resume Work of Intergovernmental Economic Cooperation Commission
May 14 (BTA) - Bulgaria\'s Deputy Prime Minister in charge of economic and demographic policy, Mariyana Nikolova, and Ukraine\'s First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economic Development and Trade, Stepan...
Employer Organizations Complain that Inefficient Management Has Pushed Electricity Prices Up Employer Organizations Complain that Inefficient Management Has Pushed Electricity Prices Up
Sofia, May 9 (BTA) - Bulgaria\'s four largest employer organizations on Thursday sent a letter to Prime Minister Boyko Borissov, with copies to Deputy Prime Minister Tomislav Donchev and Energy Minister Temenouzhka...
Trade Unions Want Minimum Monthly Wage of 450 Euro by End of 2022 Trade Unions Want Minimum Monthly Wage of 450 Euro by End of 2022
May 9 (BTA) - The Confederation of Independent Trade Unions in Bulgaria (CITUB) insists that by the end of 2022 the average monthly wage in Bulgaria should be 1,000 euro and the minimum wage, 450 euro, CITUB...