CITUB Re-elects Plamen Dimitrov as President

CITUB Re-elects Plamen Dimitrov as President

The Confederation of Independent Trade Unions in Bulgaria (CITUB) re-elected Plamen Dimitrov as its president for a five-year term.

Dimitrov, who has been CITUB's acting president since October 2010, said the confederation will seek a rise in the average salary by a real 25% at least by 2017, and called on the government to promote employment by all economic means, the state-run Bulgarian News Agency reported on Thursday.

Dimitrov identified the extraction industry, energy, metallurgy, machine construction, pharmaceutical and chemical industry, agriculture, food industry and tourism as the country's key industries.

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