26Oct2015

By the end of 2010, Bulgaria will likely have attracted a total of EUR 2 B in foreign direct investments, forecast Borislav Stefanov, head of the InvestBulgaria Agency. This development would still be a substantial…

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26Oct2015

Bulgaria’s seasonally adjusted GDP marked an increase of 0.5% in the second quarter compared to the first three months of the year thanks to a rise in exports, pulling the country out of recession, the…

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26Oct2015

According to the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), Bulgaria’s economy will decline by 0.1% in 2010 before it returns to positive growth in 2011. The EIU report says that Bulgaria’s capacity to respond to the economic…

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26Oct2015

Ukraine borrowed money in the international capital markets for the first time in three years at interest rates lower than Greece, which shows that the country’s economy is improving. Ukraine issued USD 2bn in two…

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26Oct2015

On Tuesday, 7th of September 2010, Romania sold less debt than planned at an auction of six-month Treasury bills, as investors demanded higher yields than the government was willing to pay. The average yield was…

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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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