BGN


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AcronymDefinition
BGNBulgarian Lev (currency code)
BGNBegin
BGNBoard on Geographic Names
BGNBusch Grand National (NASCAR division)
BGNBackground Noise
BGNBetriebsgewöhnliche Nutzungsdauer (German: average useful life)
BGNBridge Group Name (Cisco)
BGNBFT (Blue Force Tracking) Global Network (US DoD)
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BGN quotes James Ker-Lindsay, a senior research fellow on politics in southeast Europe at the London School of Economics, as saying the declassified documents offered an insight into events following the Turkish Cypriot declaration of independence.
We're incredibly proud to be associated with BGN and its multiple-award-winning implementation of RFID at its Selexyz-branded store," said Peter Jansen, regional director of Progress Software Benelux.
Indirect taxes such as Value Added Tax (VAT), excise and customs duties brought BGN 7.
The governmentas fiscal reserve totalled BGN 11B on 30 June 2015, including BGN 10.
At the same time, the dividend revenue of BEH fell from a level of BGN 81.
Interior and Defence ministries owe over BGN 1 M in debt accumulated over the past five years, as reported by Pressa daily.
This pioneering set of applications will go far to enhance the strength of the BGN brand with book buyers.
On Monday, the Finance Ministry said it expected a budget surplus of BGN 85 for the month of January equivalent to 0.
Vanya Doneva, Chair of the Commission for Public Oversight of Statutory Auditors, announced Thursday that the Bulgarian unit of the international audit firm would be imposed the highest possible fine, BGN 20A 000, for a period of five years, 2009-2013, during which it audited activities of KTB.
An amount of money deposited in the account of the "CEZ Distribution Bulgaria", "Unicredit Bulbank" AD, SWIFT (BIC) UNCRBGSF, Bank Account (IBAN) in BGN BG43UNCR76301002ERPBUL.
Bulgariaas government is to approve Wednesday changes to the Law on Electronic Communications envisaging a fine of up to BGN 2 M for mobile operators who fail to abide by the European Union regulations on wholesale and retail price caps for roaming charges.
The worldwide exclusive license agreement was signed with Ben-Gurion University through its business company BGN Technologies.