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China development bank has supported projects for nearly 300 million euro in Bulgaria

China development bank has supported projects for nearly 300 million euro in Bulgaria

Projects for nearly 300 million euro in our country have received China development bank’s support. This financing contributes to the development of important for our country’s economy projects in the field of transport, renewable energy, construction, industry and other sectors. This became clear during the Minister of Economy Emil Karanikolov’s meeting with Mr. Wan Weidong, director of China bank of development’s branch Chuncin, responsible for Bulgaria.

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Minister Karanikolov discussed the organization of a business forum with the ambassador of Romania

Minister Karanikolov discussed the organization of a business forum with the ambassador of Romania

A business forum with the participation of Bulgarian and Romanian companies is being prepared for opening by the Minister of Economy Emil Karanikolov and the Romanian Minister of Economy, Trade, Industry and the Business Environment, Radu Stefan Oprya. This became clear during a meeting between the minister of economy and H.E Mr. Ion Gulia, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary for Romania in Bulgaria.

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Deputy Minister of Economy Borisov: Italy is the second largest trade partner of Bulgaria for the past year

Deputy Minister of Economy Borisov: Italy is the second largest trade partner of Bulgaria for the past year

Four and a half billion euro is the trade flow between Bulgaria and Italy during 2017, which makes the Italian country the second largest trade partner of Bulgaria for the past year. Deputy Minister of Economy Lachezar Borisov stated that in his speech, presenting a business guide for our country, prepared by Konfindustry Bulgaria.

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Successful ending of the Bulgarian presidency in the EU export control arrangements sector regarding dual-use goods and technology

Successful ending of the Bulgarian presidency in the EU export control arrangements sector regarding dual-use goods and technology

The EU is the main producer and exporter of dual-use goods and technology and due to this fact is an important participator in the export control arrangements regarding the non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. In order to remain adequate to the threats before the EU security due to the rapid technological and scientific advancement, it is necessary that the EU regime is modernized regularly. In 2016 the European Commission (EC) undertook a legislative procedure in modification of Regulation (EC) #428/2009 to set up a Community regime for the control of exports, transfer, brokering and transit of dual-use items.

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Meeting of the Heads of EU Investment Agencies took place today in Sofia

Meeting of the Heads of EU Investment Agencies took place today in Sofia

In the second session, “European practices and models for financing and promoting innovation” was presented by Prof. Nikola Redi, a venturer in Venture Factory. Participants discussed the possibilities of national agencies to search for new practices for attracting investments aimed at the rapid development and uptake of innovation in practice.

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New approach on negotiating and concluding EU trade agreements adopted by Council

New approach on negotiating and concluding EU trade agreements adopted by Council

The Council today adopted conclusions on the negotiation and conclusion of EU trade agreements. The conclusions set out the key principles underpinning the Council’s approach towards trade negotiations from now on.

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Bulgarian Presidency hosts debates on the future of space, research and innovation policies

Bulgarian Presidency hosts debates on the future of space, research and innovation policies

The Council agreed on a general approach on a regulation aimed at improving the mutual recognition of goods marketed in another member state.

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Bulgarian Presidency brokers Council’s position on rules on mutual recognition to strengthen the Internal Market

Bulgarian Presidency brokers Council’s position on rules on mutual recognition to strengthen the Internal Market

The Council agreed on a general approach on a regulation aimed at improving the mutual recognition of goods marketed in another member state.

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The Bulgarian Presidency will prioritise work on the ‘New Consumer Deal’ legislative package

The Bulgarian Presidency will prioritise work on the ‘New Consumer Deal’ legislative package

A conference on consumer protection dedicated to the most up-to-date innovations related to the future development of European consumer policy was held in Sofia today under the title ‘Consumer Law and Consumer Protection Policy Today. Can we do better?’. The event was attended by Věra Jourová, Commissioner for Justice, Consumer Protection and Gender Equality, Emil Karanikolov, Minister of Economy, Dimitar Margaritov, Chairman of the Commission for Consumer Protection, representatives of the scientific community and leading experts in the field of consumer protection.

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New type-approval and market surveillance system for motor vehicles: Council concludes reform of the sector

New type-approval and market surveillance system for motor vehicles: Council concludes reform of the sector

The Council today adopted a regulation to reform the type-approval and market surveillance system for motor vehicles in the EU. This major reform modernises the current system and improves control tests on car emissions.

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