Bulgaria to host 150 companies at Economy Forum

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About 150 companies will participate in the International Economy Forum to be held in the Northwestern Bulgarian town of Vratza on June 10 and 11, as announced by Georgi Tabakov, Chair of Bulgarian Economy Forum.

According to Tabakov, this is the Bulgarian Economy Forum’s first initiative in Northwestern Bulgaria. Projects from different companies will be presented at the forum. The majority of the companies are from Serbia, Romania and Italy. Vratza’s mayor stated that the region expects the absorption of serious amounts from the EU funds for the renovation of the water supply and plumbic system and for education. (VisitBulgaria, net)

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