Bulgarian Bourse Suspends 33 Companies from Trading

Bulgarian Bourse Suspends 33 Companies from Trading

The Bulgarian stock exchange said it suspended the shares of 33 local companies from trading for failure to pay their annual trading fee.

The list of companies whose shares are temporarily banned from trading includes meat producer Mekom, chemical company Polimeri, urea producer Chimco, private financial and industrial holding company AKB Corporation, construction company Zavodski Stroezhi - Kozloduy, securities investor Favorit Hold, Interlogic-Leasing and metal products maker Yuzhen Industrial Park, among others, the Bulgarian Stock Exchange said in a statement published on its website on Friday.

Trading in the shares of these companies will resume on the first working day after they pay their annual trading fee.

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