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Bulgaria will be again on focus next year when foreigners will be able to acquire agricultural land, but local experts are already fuming against the low prices, saying the country is giving its fat land for free. "We will wake up on January 1, 2014, only to realize that we have given away our land for free," Professor Vesselin Boyadzhiev, from the Social and Economic Geography department at Sofia University, said in an interview for Novinite.bg.
Even though many expect the open sale of Bulgarian land to foreigners to enliven the market of tilling land in the country, Boyadzhiev says that land plots here are ridiculously underpriced in comparison with Central and Western Europe, Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency) wrote. American Chamber of Commerce, Bulgaria
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