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Quest Bulgaria Announces New Property Sites

Quest Bulgaria launches Quest Turkey and Quest Greek IslandsQuest Bulgaria property magazine is being joined by two new sister sites. Discovering a marked increase in property searches for Greece and Turkey, Quest Property Magazine today unveils Quest Greek Islands and Quest Turkey, two exciting new property and lifestyle internet sites.

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Bulgarian North West Properties

bulgarian properties in vratsaBulgarian North West Properties is a brand new internet site specialising in value for money property in the north western region of Bulgaria. The north west has been much overlooked by property hunters. Prices remain some of the lowest in Bulgaria but this may not last as the new bridge over the Danube is under construction and the main international highway being improved south to Greece.

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Bulgaria flights: New, London to Varna

new flights london to varna bulgariaLow cost airline Wizz Air has stated it will start operating new flights from London Luton to the Bulgarian Black Sea city of Varna.

The service is planned to start this summer and flights will be departing twice weekly from 27 June to 5 September, part of the main holiday season.

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Carrefour Sparks Price War

carrefour hypermarket opens bulgariaCarrefour is opening in Bourgas! Despite the global financial crisis, the French hypermarket chain Carrefour, Europe's biggest retailer, is not stopping its plans for Bulgaria. The first Carrefour hypermarket to open for business in the next few days will be at Bourgas on the southern Black Sea Coast.

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Bulgaria: Recent News

new shopping centre and formula 1 bulgaria70 million euros from EC - Bulgaria is due to get some 70 million euros from the EC economic recovery plan, announced Bulgaria's representative to the EU last week. Although EU ministers failed to agree on the detailed distribution of a 4 billion euro aid package, the latest draft set aside 45 million for the gas system between Bulgaria and Greeece, plus 10 million for connecting Bulgaria/Romania gas grids.

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Bulgaria News Roundup

news from bulgariaBulgaria to avoid recession. The EC has stated that it anticipates Bulgaria will avoid recession during 2009 and the following year. The European Commission consider Bulgaria, Poland, Czech Republic and Romania wil keep out of recession but have considerably less growth than expected. The EC has forecast economic growth in Bulgaria will be 1.8% this year and then 2.5% in 2010. Bulgaria is also expected to manage its budget deficit.

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Mortgages Popular with Bulgarians

mortgages popular with bulgariansDnevnik today reported that "Bank loans remained the most popular means of payment" for property transactions in Bulgaria, quoting data from Fincitybg. Fincity is a comparison portal for financial products and services in Bulgaria.

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Bulgarian Property Still Popular

Bulgarian property in third placeTop of the Props by the MoveChannel. The Top of the Props chart provides a monthly snapshot of the most popular countries on their site and last month, Italy reigned supreme, attracting the most interest from visitors to the site, with Bulgaria in third position. Bulgarian properties have undergone one of the largest property booms in recent years, and this month’s Top of the Props Chart has seen it climb six places to take third place.

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Good News for BSAPP

good news for animalsThrough word of mouth and the Bulgarian Society for Animal Protection and Preservation newsletter, two members of the expat community here in Sofia (who also happen to be good friends and supporters of BSAPP) have decided to donate their Dodge Durango outright to BSAPP!

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MotoGP to Bulgaria

maybe WSBK will come tooThe Bulgarian Motorcycle Federation has signed a preliminary agreement witth Dorna Sports to hold a round of the MotoGP world championship during a five year period. It is unclear as yet where the track will be located. the most probable is the track near Dolna Mitropolya, which already holds motorbike events. The designer of the race track, Adamo Leonzio says the track will 'be out of this world' and that World Champion Valentino Rossi will be involved as consultant.

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