Bulgarian Energy Minister, Dragomir Stoynev, speaking at a recent meeting with business representatives in Plovdiv,  “The (Bulgarian) government is taking steps to support foreign investors. Within two weeks the Council of Ministers will vote on changes to ease the bureaucratic procedures to those who wish to start a business in Bulgaria”.

Stoynev said that the role of the administration will be reduced through changes in the Investment Promotion Act. He added that despite the reported drop in foreign investment last year, at the end of the period they grew and thereby they were € 250 million more than in 2012.

dragomir stoynev             Dragomir Stoynev - Bularia's Minister for Energy

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