Monthly Archives: October 2014

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Bulgaria – Increase in Non-Cash Payments

Bulgaria seems to be pacing fast towards the European practice of money transactions and overall arrangement of financial relations between economic entities. Not long ago a country with limited trust in its own currency, Bulgaria can now boost with an…

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Bulgaria/Turkey – Economic Development

The parallel economic development of closely located in geographical terms countries has always been subject to analysis. In today’s world of developed market economies differences in neighboring countries give reasons for approval or disapproval of particular approaches, policies or courses…

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Outsourcing Results Preservation (Bulgaria)

Bulgaria is among the European countries that have achieved impressive progress in outsourcing for the last few years. This is a destination that long ago turned into a synonym of a successful outsourcing platform providing vast opportunities for new business…

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Bulgaria – Government of National Consensus

Bulgaria’s political class seems to be facing a serious challenge – almost unprecedented diversification of parliamentary power in the next national assembly as a result of the early election that took place on 05/10/2014. The idea of a national consensus…

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Positive Signs on a World Scale

The approaching end of 2014 gave clear signs of actual results related to the great effort put into meeting the world economic and financial crisis challenges. Beyond doubt, the major problems derived from the western economies (mostly the US one)…

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A Way to Political Stability

Right after the early parliamentary election in Bulgaria there seems to be enough reasons to consider this could put an end to the unstable political situation in the country. For nearly a year and a half there has been apparent…

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