The Intereuropa Group recently celebrated its 70th anniversary with a celebration at Hotel Bernardin in Portoroz, Slovenia, and a strong performance in the group’s revenue and profit reports for the first quarter.
Vladislav Goranov, Bulgaria's minister of finance, and Valdis Dombrovskis, commission vice president for the euro and social dialogue, recently held a press conference on Bulgaria’s progress toward joining the ERM 2 and the euro area.
Two Balkan countries rank in the top five most complex jurisdictions for accounting and tax compliance, with Greece coming in fourth and Turkey being the most complex place in the world, according to TMF Group.
Recent adjustments to Bulgaria’s credit rating from Fitch Ratings mirror the country’s continued economic growth, with Bulgaria’s outlook advancing from stable to positive and ratings affirmed in three areas.
Bulgaria recently welcomed positive developments in its credit rating, with rating agency S&P Global Ratings changing the country’s outlook from stable to positive and affirming several of its credit ratings.
The Greenbrier Companies Inc. and Astra Holding GmbH recently have merged to create Greenbrier-Astra Rail, the largest end-to-end freight railcar services business in Europe, encompassing manufacturing, engineering and repair.
The European Parliament Office in London recently hosted a panel on how Brexit will affect freedom of movement, with experts weighing in on the potential agreements that could result from Brexit negotiations.
The European System of Central Banks (ESCB) recently gave unconditional support of the Foreign Exchange Global Code of Conduct, noting that central banks would abide by the code and expect their international counterparts and market participants to do the same.
The American University in Bulgaria (AUBG) board of trustees recently appointed Princess Maria Luisa of Bulgaria and Rumyana Trencheva, SAP Southeast Europe managing director, to its ranks at a two-day board meeting.