BGNE

AcronymDefinition
BGNEBochumer Gesellschaft für Nachhaltige Entwicklung (German: Bochum Society for Sustainable Development; Bochum, Germany)
BGNEBenefit Group of New England, LLC (Colchester, VT)
BGNEBand Gap Narrowing Effect
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The earthquake was felt on the high floors in the capital, adds the editor-in-chief at BGNES.
Between January and September 2017, Gazprom increased gas supplies to countries that may become "blue-fuel" customers under the Turkish Stream project in the future, reports Bgnes.
This will allow both countries to check through the new visa system for third-country nationals without, however, being able to enter, modify or delete data, reported BGNES.
Lady Gaga donated USD 1 million to help hurricane victims in the United States and the Caribbean, reports Bgnes.
Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense Krasimir Karakachanov has told journalists in parliament that funding of religious communities, organizations and religious denominations in Bulgaria from abroad should be banned, reported BGNES.
''There will be changes in the state administration, "Deputy Prime Minister Tomislav Donchev told Nova TV, quoted by BGNES.
The most telling criterion for the state of the whole country is the situation in small towns and villages which reflect all problems and achievementsaa, said the Bulgarian President Rumen Radev during his meeting today with representatives of the National Association of Mayors in Bulgaria and of the Association of Mayors of Small Municipalities, reported BGNES.
The measure envisages continuous tracing of the liabilities and direct telephone contact if traders and warehouse keepers fail to pay their taxes, social security contributions and customs and excise duties on time to the budget, NRA announced on 27th of September as quoted by BGNES.
This was announced by the Minister of Regional Development and Public Works Nikolay Nankov during the Seventh Discussion Forum "Construction in 2018 - Prospects and Challenges", reported BGNES.
''Bulgaria can attract many more US investors, but to do this, we need to do our homework - the fight against corruption must be really uncompromising.'' This was stated by President Rumen Radev before journalists after holding a meeting in New York with the US President (1993-2001) Bill Clinton, reported BGNES. "We have the support of President Clinton for a greater presence of Bulgaria in the American business and society," Rumen Radev pointed out.