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According to the priorities of the Bulgarian Socialist Party, the National Assembly must pass a law on banning offshore companies from participation in public procurement, privatization and concessions by the end of the year. Up until the law takes effect, however, offshore companies will be able to participate in these fields. Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister Daniela Bobeva said that Prime Minister Oresharski has not given up the idea to stop the participation of offshore companies in public projects, Standart reported.
The draft is written by parliamentary budget commission head Yordan Tsonev (MRF) and is to be discussed with the financial sector. Other planned measures by BSP include ensuring equity between banks and borrowers by avoiding the so-called eternal debtors through a bankruptcy law for individuals. In the previous term GERB has also prepared a similar initiative, but it was never passed to a second reading. American Chamber of Commerce Bulgaria
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