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Bulgarians fly to Turkey with 160 km/h on train

Bulgarians fly to Turkey with 160 km/h on train

December 20, 2013

After 146 years of history, the Bulgarian railway has every reason to be proud of the first new section of its first high-speed railway line: Plovdiv - Svilengrad - Turkish/Greek border

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Freight train corridor from Prague to Sofia and Thessaloniki becomes operational

Freight train corridor from Prague to Sofia and Thessaloniki becomes operational

November 11, 2013

Bulgaria became part of the European Rail Freight Corridor 7, which began operating on Friday

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Bulgaria will receive EUR 170 mln EU funding for road repairs in 2014 – 2012

Bulgaria will receive EUR 170 mln EU funding for road repairs in 2014 – 2012

September 25, 2013

By the end of the week, Bulgaria's Regional Development Minister Desislava Terzieva will announce a special program for repairing around 700 km of second-class and third-class roads in poor condit ...

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DB Schenker Logistics in Bulgaria moved into new logistics facilities in Plovdiv

DB Schenker Logistics in Bulgaria moved into new logistics facilities in Plovdiv

March 29, 2013

Schenker EOOD has enlarged the capacities of its branch office in Plovdiv since December 2012 by moving to a newly build facility.

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Sofia Central Railway Station to be modernized for 52m BGN

Sofia Central Railway Station to be modernized for 52m BGN

October 30, 2012

The name of the company that will develop a project for enhancing all the area would become clear in one month approximately.

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Bulgaria Attracts French Investors in the Food, Transport and Logistics Sectors

Bulgaria Attracts French Investors in the Food, Transport and Logistics Sectors

October 26, 2012

On October 22, 2012, Paris became the host of the fifth in a series of investment forums organized by the Bulgarian Investment Agency

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Bulgarian Government opened a concession procedure for the Ruse Central port terminal

Bulgarian Government opened a concession procedure for the Ruse Central port terminal

October 18, 2012

On 17th October Bulgarian Government opened a concession procedure for the Ruse Central port terminal for the maximum period of 35 years. The concessionaire will be selected through an open procedure.

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