PM Borisov Unveils Investment Opportunities in Bulgaria to Belgian Government

PM Borisov Unveils Investment Opportunities in Bulgaria to Belgian Government

Bulgaria is interested in attracting Belgian investment in key sectors of its economy, Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has said at a meeting with visiting Belgian Secretary of State for Foreign Trade Pieter De Crem.
Belgian companies could apply for the “implementation of projects in infrastructure, energy, transport, environment, telecommunications” in Bulgaria, Borisov said at the meeting in Sofia on Monday, according to a statement from the Bulgarian government press office.
The meeting was attended by Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister in charge of EU funds Tomislav Donchev.
Borisov noted that the economic policy of the Bulgarian government is aimed at maintaining macroeconomic and financial stability, easing the administrative burden and preserving the lowest tax rates in the EU.
Potential Belgian investors could also benefit from investment opportunities in Bulgaria created under the EU’s Operational Programme Innovation and Competitiveness (OPIC) and the SME Initiative, it was said at the meeting.  

Sofia News Agency

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