Chess EP Gives Final Approval to Estonia’s Euro Zone Accession

The Members of the European Parliament gave green light to Estonia's accession to the Euro Area as of January 1, 2011. Expectedly, the EP approval was overwhelming with 589 votes in favor, 40 votes against, and 52 abstaining. "It is indicative that such a small n


Chess Chile Beat Honduras in 1st Group H Match

Chile triumphed over Honduras with a minimal 1:0 win in the two teams' first game in Group H of the 2010 World Cup in Nelspruit. Chile's Jean Beausejour scored the only goal in the match in the 34th minute giving his team its first World Cup victory in 48 years.


Chess Bulgaria Slaps Fine on Proctor&Gamble over Misleading Ad

The Bulgarian Supreme Administrative Court has confirmed sanctions against "Proctor&Gamble International Operations" over misleading advertisement. In July 2009, the Bulgarian Competition Protection Commission established that a "P&G" ad for their detergen


Chess Hefty Fine Slapped on Proctor&Gamble over Misleading Ad

The Bulgarian Supreme Administrative Court has confirmed sanctions against "Proctor&Gamble International Operations" over misleading advertisement. In July 2009, the Bulgarian Competition Protection Commission established that a "P&G" ad for their detergen


Chess Something To Watch: Twitter Places

On Monday, Twitter revealed that they’ll soon be giving users the ability to give context to tweets by allowing them to tag tweets with specific locations via Twitter Places. Once tagged, users can click the location cited in the tweet and see a list of ALL


Chess How to Rewrite Your Job Instead of Retiring

Not to bring up a sensitive subject, but are you getting older, but not wanting to retire? Are you getting tired of the day-to-day details of the business you started, own, and love, but not wanting to leave it? I found a way to have my alleged cake and eat it too


Chess Bulgaria Moves to Protect Children from GMO

A ban of all genetically modified products and ingredients for preparation of children foods in Bulgaria has been proposed Wednesday in an amendment in the Bulgarian Food Act. The amendment, proposed by Desislava Taneva, chair of the Parliament Committee on Agricu


Chess Thursday Arrival Scheduled for Kidnapped Bulgarian Sailors

The Bulgarian sailors from the "Asian Glory" ship, who were released recently by the Somali pirates are expected to arrive in Bulgaria Thursday. The spokesperson of the Foreign Affairs Ministry, Vesela Cherneva, announced Wednesday that the 8 sailors will land at


Chess Bulgarian Govt Claims to Have ‘No Worries’ in Russian Relations

Bulgaria has a "very good dialogue" with Russia at the moment despite the uncertainties about the construction of the three large-scale joint energy projects, according to Foreign Ministry representatives. Speaking almost simultaneously but independently of one an


Chess Sofia City Hall Announces Winning Waste Plant Bidder

The Sofia City Hall has ranked first the offer of the consortium between the Bulgarian "Stanilov" company and the German "Heilit" in the public tender for a builder of a waste treatment plant in Bulgaria's capital. The news was officially announced Wednesday by th


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