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2,460 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Bulgaria 27.5.2020
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Health Minister Issues Order Repealing Some Restrictive Measures Imposed Due to COVID-19 27.5.2020
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Bulgaria Has 617 Villages with Fewer than 10 or No Residents 26.5.2020
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Sofia, May 26 (BTA) - Bulgaria has 617 villages without population or with residents in the single digits, BTA found from the National Register of Populated Places of the National Statistical Institute. The data...


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Ministers, Unionists Discuss Ways to Curb Undeclared Work

Ministers, Unionists Discuss Ways to Curb Undeclared Work

09.12.2019
December 9 (BTA) - Bulgarian Finance Minister Vladislav Goranov, Labour and Social Policy Minister Denitsa Sacheva and Confederation of Independent Trade Unions in Bulgaria (CITUB) President Plamen Dimitrov discussed ways to curb undeclared work at a forum here on Monday. Addressing the event, Goranov said that in the summer of 2018 the Government launched a debate on a complete coverage of turnovers in all economic spheres by the revenue administrations. The idea is to prevent the possibility of generating grey turnovers, the Finance Minister specified. Sacheva said that at 15.9 per cent, the share of persons doing undeclared work in Bulgaria is less than the EU average of 16.3 per cent. She argued that efforts to contain the grey economy should focus on identifying the real causes, one of which is "tax immorality". The Labour Minister admitted that in some situations undeclared work is a rational choice. She pointed to the need to address the issue by legislative revisions. Dimitrov noted that, judging from the Business to the Rules Composite Index, the share of the grey economy in Bulgaria has been decreasing over the last ten years but still exceeds 20 per cent. This means that more than 25 billion leva evade taxation, which distorts economic, social and political life. CITUB proposes amendments to the Labour Code, the Public Procurement Act and other statutory instruments. Monday's event wrapped up a two-year project entitled "Active civil participation for prevention and restriction of the undeclared employment in Bulgaria", which was implemented by the CITUB on financing provided under Operational Programme Good Governance. RY/LG Source: Sofia, http://www.bta.bg/en/c/DF/id/2118820
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