Банкеръ Weekly

Briefs

COMPANIES

The sale of Balkanpharma products in Russia will be effected by a new firm, registered by the majority owner of the pharmaceutical company Pharmaco. The aim is to facilitate the import of pharmaceutical products by avoiding problems at the customs and speed up deliveries. The new firm will also undertake the trade in products of the Serbian company Zdravle, whose Russian represwntative office merged with that of Balkanpharma back in spring.
The Minister of Economy Lidiya Shouleva met with the Executive Director of Siemens Heinrich Pierer. Ms. Shouleva acquainted him with the opportunities for investing in Bulgaria's economy. Mr. Peirer specified that his company would invest in this country by supplying equipment and know-how. The Minister of Transport and Telecommunications Nikolay Vassilev made changes in the management boards of the enterprises Air Traffic Control, Bulgaria Air, and Bourgas Port. The Deputy Transport Minister Krassimira Martinova and Gergana Sarbova replaced Zlatolina Moukova and Vladimir Vassilev in the Management Board of Air Traffic Control. Konstantin Taskov and Velin Zhelyazkov are the new members of the Board of Director of Bulgarian Air. Dimiter Savov has been relieved of his dueties in the BoD. Borislav Botev, Krassen Balev and Lyubomir Tahtabov from the Bod of Bourgas Port have been replaced by Dessislava Terzieva, Branimir Petrov and Krastan Zolumov.LUKoil Neftochim changed the end wholesale prices of fuels as of Septemebr 3. The price of A-95 petrol went down 2.33%, and that of A-92 - 2.02 per cent. Diesel oil and eurodiesel were hiked by 0.5 per cent.

Facebook logo
Бъдете с нас и във