Monthly Archives: May 2013

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Flat Taxation – Key Factor in the Economic Development of Bulgaria?

In the last few weeks there have been serious discussions on the flat taxation role for the economic development of Bulgaria, the effect of its introduction as well as its possible future perspectives in the complex financial and economic situation…

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Greek Investments in Bulgaria within the Crisis

*Massive Greek Companies Registration in Bulgaria The Greek economic downturn increased ostensibly in the last few years resulted in interesting phenomena in the local economic life as well as in that of Greece’s neighboring states, including Bulgaria. It is doubtless…

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Bulgaria After The Parliamentary Election 2013 – New Perspectives

The early parliamentary election in Bulgaria held in May 2013 seems to have been one of the most interesting and competitive in Bulgaria’s recent history. After a series of extremely serious various political allegations and unusually tough election campaign it…

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Slovenia – The Next „Cyprus”?

In the last few days the peripheral Euro zone countries status is getting tenser and tighter – in the focus of attention is the not-so-long-ago considered a paradise place “Slovenia”. For quite a long time Slovenians have been given as…

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Advantages of the Proportional Income Taxation

There are a lot of comments on the advantages and disadvantages of the proportional income taxation. Many economic and tax specialists express their opinion on the particular effect this very tax type is having due to both the strong and…

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