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Environmentalists Urge Discontinuation of Procedures for Struma Motorway Kresna Gorge Section 22.1.2020
Environmentalists Urge Discontinuation of Procedures for Struma Motorway Kresna Gorge Section
January 21 (BTA) - Environmental organizations on Tuesday urged the Road Infrastructure Agency (RIA) to discontinue the contract award procedures for building Lot 3.2 of the Struma Motorway via the Kresna...

PM Borissov in Davos: Bulgaria Consistently Supports Western Balkans\' Efforts to Join EU 22.1.2020
PM Borissov in Davos: Bulgaria Consistently Supports Western Balkans' Efforts to Join EU
January 21 (BTA) - Bulgaria consistently supports the efforts of the countries from the Western Balkans on their path towards EU membership, said here Tuesday Prime Minister Boyko Borissov during the "Diplomatic...

Over Lv 30 Mln Needed for 15% Wage Increase in Water Supply Sector 20.1.2020
Over Lv 30 Mln Needed for 15% Wage Increase in Water Supply Sector
January 20 (BTA) - Confederation of Independent Trade Unions in Bulgaria (CITUB) President Plamen Dimitrov told journalists here Monday that there is no alternative to the wage increase in the water and sewerage...


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Hourly Labour Costs Increase by 10% in Third Quarter, Y/Y

Hourly Labour Costs Increase by 10% in Third Quarter, Y/Y

20.12.2019
December 20 (BTA) - In the third quarter of 2019, total hourly labour costs paid by employers in Bulgaria increased by 10 per cent compared with the third quarter of 2018, according to early estimates published by the National Statistical Institute on Friday. In industry, total hourly labour costs grew by 8.3 per cent, in services 10.5 per cent, and in construction 10.1 per cent. A breakdown by economic activity shows that the highest rise in total hourly labour costs in the third quarter of 2019 compared with the third quarter of 2018 was recorded in the real estate sector (15 per cent) and education (12.8 per cent). Also in the third quarter of 2019, hourly pay costs incurred by employers in Bulgaria went up by 9.7 per cent compared with the third quarter of 2018, while other labour costs grew by 11.2 per cent. RY/VE // Source: Sofia, http://www.bta.bg/en/c/DF/id/2124825
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