Chess Denmark’s DONG bids to build $1.8 bln wind park

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Danish state-owned DONG Energy has bid to build one of the world's biggest offshore wind parks, a 400-megawatt farm expected to cost 10 billion crowns ($1.8 billion), the company said on Wednesday. Source

Chess Bulgarian Officials Implicated in Global Daimler Bribery Scandal

Bulgaria is one of the 22 countries where the German car maker Daimler bribed government officials to win public contracts. Gifts valued at several million euros were provided to representatives of the authorities in at least 22 countries, including Bulgaria, Roma

Chess Fitch Affirms Bulgaria’s Unicredit Bulbank Support Rating

Fitch Ratings has affirmed Unicredit Bulbank's (UCB) Support Rating at '2', the agency announced. UCB's Support Rating is constrained by Bulgaria's country ceiling 'BBB+'. Therefore, any upside/downside in the Support Rating would be linked to a change in the coun

Chess Navratilova ‘has breast cancer’

Former tennis champion Martina Navratilova has revealed she has been diagnosed with breast cancer.Speaking to US magazine People, she said she had cried after finding out. "I feel so in control of my life and my body, and then this comes, and it's completely o

Chess Eastbourne Couple Sell Bulgarian Dream Home for Food

The Argus A couple who retired to Bulgaria said they will be forced to sell their dream home just to buy food. John, 65, and Sandra Gundry, 48, say they have been left penniless after continually being targeted by thieves and being fraudulently sold a derelict pr

Chess Bulgaria Minister: Guantanamo Prisoner Not Troublesome

Bulgarian authorities have expressed confidence that the prisoner from the US prison camp at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba, whom the country will accept, will not create problems. "The inmate is not married and is a person who would not create problems on the territory o

Chess How Can SMB Owners Learn Social Media?

We joke about how many ‘social media experts’ are out there these days and that they’re multiplying like rabbits. And, to be honest, the state of social media experts is a joke. It seems like it doesn’t take much more than a Twitter account (actively follow

Chess India’s Naxalite insurgency: Politics with bloodshed

An appalling slaughter signals the inadequacy of India’s counter-insurgency effortFOR those who consider India’s Maoist insurgency a grave and urgent threat, the evidence keeps mounting. On Tuesday April 6th several hundred Maoist guerrillas attacked a

Chess Kyrgyzstan Declares State of Emergency as Clashes Escalate

The Interior Minister of Kyrgyzstan had been killed during the civil unrest led by opposition supporters, France Press and DPA report Wednesday. France Press cites sources from the Interior Ministry while DPA quotes their source from a local human rights organizat

Chess Turkey’s Ziraat Bank Expands in Bulgaria

Turkey's Ziraat Bank opened a new branch in Bulgaria on Wednesday in the town of Kardzhali, where the population is consisted mostly of ethnic Turks. This is the bank's third branch in the country following branches in Sofia and Plovdiv. The branch will help solv

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