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5 July 2015, Issue 4275
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First Ships of NATO Navy Exercise ‘Breeze 2015’ Anchored in Varna


First ships participating in the international navy exercise ‘’Breeze 2015’’ have already anchored in Bulgaria’s Varna, as reported by BGNES. read
Moody’s Degrades DSK and Reiffeisen Banks


The rating agency Moody’s has decreased the deposit rating of Bulgarian DSK Bank to Ba2/Not-Prime as well as the deposit rating of Reiffeisen Bank to Ba3/Not-Prime. read
Switzerland Imposes Measures to Battle Increased Ozone Levels


Several regions of Switzerland will be imposing restrictions on the automobile traffic on account of the ozone peak, caused by the heats over the past several days. read
 
 
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Prof. Hanke: If Bulgaria Enters the Eurozone, It Will Follow in Greece’s Footsteps

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SWITZERLAND IMPOSES MEASURES TO BATTLE INCREASED OZONE LEVELS

Several regions of Switzerland will be imposing restrictions on the automobile traffic on account of the ozone peak, caused by the heats over the past several days.

The ticket prices for public transportation have been reduced for the purpose of encouraging citizens to leave their cars behind and hopefully to cause decreased levels of pollution. read more


MOODY’S DEGRADES DSK AND REIFFEISEN BANKS

The rating agency Moody’s has decreased the deposit rating of Bulgarian DSK Bank to Ba2/Not-Prime as well as the deposit rating of Reiffeisen Bank to Ba3/Not-Prime.

Their perspectives for development have been further decreased to ‘’stable’’. read more


FIRST SHIPS OF NATO NAVY EXERCISE ‘BREEZE 2015’ ANCHORED IN VARNA

First ships participating in the international navy exercise ‘’Breeze 2015’’ have already anchored in Bulgaria’s Varna, as reported by BGNES.

The exercise will be held in Varna between July 3 and 12 completely within the Bulgarian territorial waters and will consist of more than 30 ships and 1,700 troopers. Greece, Bulgaria, Romania, the US, Turkey as well as the first and second NATO frigates will be included. read more


ENERGY

BULGARIAN VILLAGE LOZEN SUFFERS UNANNOUNCED ELECTRICITY DISRUPTIONS

The citizens of the Bulgarian village Lozen, located in the vicinity of the capital Sofia have alarmed local media and authorities on account of unannounced electricity disruptions.

They expressed their dissatisfaction with the services of CEZ and said they had to have candles and extra lamps ready on account of the unprecedented disruptions over the past 24 hours. read more


DOMESTIC

BULGARIAN INTERIOR MINISTRY TO STAGE NEW PROTESTS

Officers from the Bulgarian Interior Ministry are getting ready to stage yet another protest. The syndical organization to the ministry has stated that the protests will start tomorrow.

According to the syndicate Interior Minister Rumyana Bachvarova betrayed the trust of the employees after the protest scheduled on the professional holiday of the ministry – July 5 has been cancelled. read more


OPINIONS

PROF. HANKE: IF BULGARIA ENTERS THE EUROZONE, IT WILL FOLLOW IN GREECE’S FOOTSTEPS

‘’Bulgaria should not enter the Eurozone,’’ said Professor Steve Hanke regarding the current situation on the Balkans in an interview for the Bulgarian National Radio (BNR). ‘’What Bulgaria needs is a currency board and discipline. If you enter the Eurozone, you will lose all discipline and I am afraid that you will start walking in the direction of Greece, because you too have big financial problems.’’

He further stated that he believes that new Chair of the Bulgarian National Bank (BNB) should be against Bulgaria entering the Eurozone and yet again urged it to publish it’s the financial reports of each bank in the country every month. read more



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