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26Oct2015

According to the Deputy Finance Minister Vladislav Goranov, Bulgaria will have a budget deficit of 2.5% in 2011 and it will cut it down to 1.0% in 2013. In June the Bulgarian Government has revised…

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26Oct2015

According to the Central Bank of Ukraine, the total revenues of the state budget of Ukraine amounted to UAH 148.162 billion (USD 18.731 billion) in the period January-August 2010, which represents 58.6% of the plan…

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26Oct2015

According to the State Statistics Committee of Ukraine the prices of domestic industrial products in August 2010 increased by 0.9% compared to July 2010 and by 15.1% since the beginning of the year. Source: Ukrinform

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26Oct2015

According to EUROSTAT Romania registered the highest increase (16.5%) in the volume of construction works in EU in June 2010 compared to May 2010, followed by Spain (7.2%) and Poland (4.5%). At the EU level…

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26Oct2015

On the 11th of August 2010 Ukraine’s government revealed their expectation about 2011 YoY GDP growth, which is to reach 4.5% and is based on the 3.7% YOY GDP growth forecasted for 2010. The figures…

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26Oct2015

According to Bulgaria’s Central Bank increased transportation and tourist services shrank country’s trade deficit in June and turned the current account balance positive. Surplus of the current account amounted to EUR 117 million in June…

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26Oct2015

Dean Mikolič, Managing Director of P&S CAPITAL, comments on Center Naložbe company case, which was published in business publications Finance and Dnevnik. Full articles are available here: Dnevnik, Finance

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26Oct2015

The IMF, European Commission and World Bank decided to give Romania additional EUR 2,2 billion in total from IMF and European Union to help the country go through its recession. So far Romania already received…

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26Oct2015

According to the statement released on the 8th of August 2010 the National bank of Ukraine cut the key interest rate to 7,75% to boost lending to companies and spur economic activity. Since June 2004…

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26Oct2015

Sofia (Bulgaria), August 10 – President of the World Bank Robert Zoellick and Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov signed a memorandum to boost cooperation in the development of Bulgaria’s infrastructure. It is of crucial importance…

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