Bulgaria’s Economy Minister Expects Substantial Investments from German, US Companies in 2015

Bulgaria’s Economy Minister Expects Substantial Investments from German, US Companies in 2015

Economy Minister Bozhidar Lukarski announced that Bulgaria expected to attract investors from the US and China in 2015 and not only from Western Europe.
In an interview for Standard daily, he said that his recent visit to the US made him expect a substantial increase in US investments in a number of spheres, adding that US-based companies had expressed interest in road infrastructure projects and schemes related to the power transmission network.
Lukarski underscored that Germany was expected to be the largest foreign investment source to Bulgaria in 2015.
He said that a major investment of German Behr-Hella Thermocontrol at the Sofia – Bozhurishte Economic Zone was to be unveiled on May 20, stressing that the company planned a major expansion over the next few years.
Lukarski informed that Vidin was also expecting a large-scale German investment and also mentioned “a big Scandinavian company in the furniture segment” without going into details about the plans of the latter.
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