Communication
Brochure “Europe for the Business”

In pursuance of the Communication Strategy for the Accession of Bulgaria to the European Union the Ministry of Foreign Affairs published a brochure “Europe for the Business”. The publication is addressed to small and medium-sized company managers, sole proprietors and entrepreneurs. Its aim is to draw attention to some of the most important changes in the business environment due to the commitments made in the negotiations of the country with EU and to prepare the entrepreneurs for the new higher requirements so that the Bulgarian goods and services become competitive on the Common European Market. The brochure presents brief and summarized information on each subject, giving numerous sources of information for the latest novelties, laws, regulations, standards and agreements. Information is provided in respect of European projects and programs, which would facilitate Bulgarian business in the pre-accession period. The publication is circulated among business circles with the help of the Ministry of Economy, the Bulgarian Industrial Association, the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Employers Association of Bulgaria, BIBA, Open Society Foundation.

Here you may see the cover
Here you may see the brochure in PDF format



Package of information materials presenting Bulgaria

Within the Communication Strategy for the Accession of Bulgaria to the European Union the Ministry of Foreign Affairs published a package of information materials presenting Bulgaria, which comprises a folder, a brochure containing basic political and economic information about the country, a map of Bulgaria with photos of tourist and cultural sights, a post card.

The publication’s goal is to give a comparatively comprehensive picture of the overall situation of the country, its progress in the process of accession to EU and to present Bulgaria as a worthy candidate of EU membership. It is planned to circulate the publication among the senior state administration, the business circles and journalists of EU Member States through our diplomatic missions there.





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