EABG

AcronymDefinition
EABGExperimental Analysis of Behaviour Group (School of Psychology; University of Wales; Wales, UK)
EABGExpeditionary Air Base Group
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EABG representative Anwar Badwan came to Bulgaria to sort out what he by then was describing as a "misunderstanding"--days passed without it becoming clear who at the Economy Ministry was culpable for the inaccuracies in the media statement--and, reportedly, he changed the message about investing in Bulgaria
Anwar Badwan, an adviser to EABG, who is organizing the consortium, confirmed for Novinite.
According to the ministry, EABG was state-owned by the Abu Dhabi emirate, the largest and richest of the seven that make up the United Arab Emirates.
Such a show of defiance appears all the more foolhardy in light of an official response from EABG a via Bulgarian newspaper Sega a which detailed the inaccuracies and promised that it would not be doing business in Bulgaria or recommending that any of its own partners do so either.
The F1 scandal broke last Friday, when the Bulgarian daily "Sega" reported EABG refuted statements of Bulgarian authorities it will invest in the project to build a Formula 1 racetrack.
Last Friday, the Bulgarian daily "Sega" reported EABG refuted statements of Bulgarian authorities it will invest in the project to build a Formula 1 racetrack.
It received a new spin on Saturday when EABG representative Anwar Badwan, whose position at the consortium is reported to be that of an "adviser", announced that as the Formula 1 scandal developed, he had received a racketeering email reading, "Send USD 94 M in order to iron out the misunderstandings.
Badwan's exact role and position with EABG remains unclear.
Badwan commented on the letter Saturday, stating two thirds of it corresponds to the truth, but the statement EABG no longer wants to invest in Bulgaria and it would advise partners to not do it either had never been written.
The CEO of EABG, Raid Abu Hudra, is cited saying the group never before encountered such lack of professionalism and will do their best to warn all its partners to not invest in Bulgaria.
The first release listed EABG as a State-owned company and al Blouki as a Sheik.
Bulgaria's Economy Ministry has declared that the Abu Dhabi company EABG is committed to the plans for building a Formula 1 circuit in the country despite a misunderstanding that led to an international scandal.