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Bulgarian trade unions and the Bulgarian economy.

Bulgarian trade unions and the Bulgarian economy.

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Published by [Trade Union Reference Library] in [S.l.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesTrade union reference library -- 1
The Physical Object
Pagination64p. ;
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21133186M

Page last updated on Janu Economy - overview: Bulgaria, a former communist country that entered the EU in , has an open economy that historically has demonstrated strong growth, but its per-capita income remains the lowest among EU members and its reliance on energy imports and foreign demand for its exports makes its growth sensitive to external market conditions. After a lost decade of transition in the s Bulgaria only made progress towards economic gains and shared prosperity in the s based on growth rates of 6% per year. Some of these achievements were put at risk in the years after the Great Recession. Since , the economy is again steadily growing at rates of close to 4 % per year.

Bulgaria - Bulgaria - Finance: Until the reform movement of the late s, the Bulgarian economy was based solely on state ownership of all means of production. In the early s Bulgaria began a process of transition toward a market-oriented economy. In , nominal GDP per capita in Bulgaria was 7, EUR. Bulgaria has a below-average level of wealth in terms of per-capita GDP at purchasing power parity (PPP); this economic welfare indicator has, on average, fell behind that of the European Union by % over the past 10 years ( - ).

From transition to EU accession: the Bulgarian labor market during the s (English) Abstract. This report studies the Bulgarian labor market with a view to understand the interactions between the performance of the Bulgarian economy and the functioning of its labor by: The statistics on the Bulgarian Balance of Payments covers the entire range of activities of the Bulgarian economy with the rest of the world, except for: Certain changes to the residents' accounts assets out of the country; Estimates made for shuttle trade.


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Bulgarian trade unions and the Bulgarian economy Download PDF EPUB FB2

The trade unions say that there will bepeople in the country out of a job by the end of the year, out of the total of 2, people who are employed in Bulgaria. The philosophers from Sofia University on the other hand have established that financial and economic disaster on a world scale is the most widespread expectation – this.

History of the Bulgarian trade unions Unknown Binding – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more.

Read it now. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Manufacturer: Sofia Press. The economic forecasts of the Bulgarian government are too rosy, the President of the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions in Bulgaria (CITUB) Plamen Dimitrov commented in an interview for the Bulgarian National Radio.

The measures adopted until now in support of the Bulgarian business are good and comprehensive, but we need to provide differentiated assistance to the sectors. Figures from the unions themselves suggest there are aroundtotrade unionists in Bulgaria. The latest official census of trade unions, undertaken inproduces a union density figure of %, although this does not include trade unionists outside the two main union confederations, and assumes that all trade unionist are employees.

[1]. This book gives the results from the international research project "State Enterprise Restructuring in Bulgaria, Romania and Albania" financed by ACE Programme of European : Mitko Dimitrov.

30% is the grey economy, according to trade union figures. "Preventing and restricting undeclared work in Bulgaria" is the topic of a roundtable organized by The Confederation of Independent Trade.

the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions of Bulgaria or CITUB (KNSB in Bulgarian), which is a trade union confederation from the Communist era, with around members in 36 trade unions; and the Labour Confederation KT Podkrepa.

Recovering GDP Growth In Bulgaria Points To A Thriving Bulgarian Economy. As one of the newest members of the European Union and 15th largest countries in Europe, the potential for economic growth and possibility for doing business in Bulgaria is endless.

Bulgaria and the WTO. This page gathers key information on Bulgaria's participation in the WTO. Bulgaria has been a member of WTO since 1 December As of 1 January it is a member State of the European Union (more info). All EU member States are WTO members, as is the EU (until 30 November known officially in the WTO as the.

Imports from the EU to Bulgaria for the period January to October increased by % over the same period of the previous year and amounted to billion EUR by CIF prices. The of Bulgaria trade balance (exports FOB - import CIF) with the EU for January-October was negative and amounted to million EUR.

The economy of Bulgaria functions on the principles of the free market, having a large private sector and a smaller public one. Bulgaria is an industrialised upper-middle-income country according to the World Bank, and is a member of the European Union (EU), World Trade Organization (WTO), Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) and Organization of the Black Sea Economic Country group: Developing/Emerging, Upper.

The strongest sectors in the economy are energy, mining, metallurgy, machine building, agriculture and tourism. Primary industrial exports are clothing, iron and steel, machinery and refined fuels.

Sofia is the capital and economic heart of Bulgaria and home to most major Bulgarian and international companies operating in the country, as well as the Bulgarian National Bank and the Bulgarian Stock Exchange.

Plovdiv Country group: Developing/Emerging, Upper. Bulgaria - Bulgaria - Economy: The rapid industrialization of Bulgaria since World War II and the economic transition it underwent with the demise of the communist regime had a profound effect on Bulgarian society.

Liberalization of price controls in the early s led to a marked rise in prices. As a result, inflation rose and strikes became more frequent. The trade unions are not against making the economy greener, but not with this intensity and time span. Bulgaria must not support the stated intention to reduce CO2 emissions by 55 per cent bycompared with the levels, CITUB's President Plamen Dimitrov said.

Balance of Trade in Bulgaria averaged BGN Million from untilreaching an all time high of BGN Million in July of and a record low of BGN Million in October of This page provides - Bulgaria Balance of Trade - actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news.

Economic Overview. Bulgaria, a former communist country that entered the EU inhas an open economy that historically has demonstrated strong growth, but its per-capita income remains the lowest among EU members and its reliance on energy imports and foreign demand for its exports makes its growth sensitive to external market conditions.

Economy Trade Figures Government & Politics. Foreign trade figures of Bulgaria. Foreign Trade in Figures. Since joining the European Union, Bulgaria has experienced a considerable growth in trade, despite a large trade imbalance and recurring deficits.

The country is very open to foreign trade, which represented % of GDP in (World Bank). Bulgaria’s economic freedom score ismaking its economy the 37th freest in the Index. Its overall score has increased by point, with improvements in monetary freedom and fiscal health exceeding declines in scores for government integrity and business freedom.

Nevertheless, income inequality in Bulgaria is the highest in the European Union. The IMF expects however the unemployment trend to be heavily affected by the negative economic impact of the COVID pandemic, the rate being currently estimated to increase to 8% in and decrease to % in Trade unions and employers have opposed the proposal of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) to reduce VAT on flour and flour products, milk, eggs and cheese from.

trade policy review: bulgaria Further consolidation of reforms would enhance benefits The WTO report, along with a policy statement by the Government of Bulgaria, will be the basis for the first Trade Policy Review (TPR) of Bulgaria by the Trade Policy Review Body of the WTO on 15 and 17 October   20 November, IndustriALL Global Union and industriAll European Trade Union met with Bulgarian affiliates in Sofia on 13 November to strengthen union power and enhance organizing strategies against a background of declining membership and growing hostility to unions in the country.

In addition, it is estimated that the total population in Bulgaria will decline further to approximately million in This population decline is partly due to people emigrating to greener economic pastures.

After the Second World War and prior to becoming a member of the European Union.