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    Iki Tugas

    KEBUDAYAAN MUSIK BULGARIA Bulgaria memiliki tradisi musik berdiri-lama, yang musik sejarawan dapat menelusuri kembali ke awal abad pertengahan . Salah satu komponis awal dikenal Eropa Abad Pertengahan , Yoan Kukuzel (ca. 1280-1360), menjadi terkenal karena karyanya Polieleion dari Wanita Bulgaria . Sekitar 90 dari karya-karyanya telah bertahan. Kukuzel juga mereformasi sistem penulisan musik Bizantium, dan dikenal sebagai Malaikat-menyuarakan untuk kemampuan bernyanyi. Tradisi menyanyi gereja

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    The Renewable Energy Sector in Bulgaria

    The renewable energy sector in Bulgaria One of the conditions for Bulgaria to join the European Union was that by 2010, the country should be able to produce at least 10 per cent of its energy through renewable sources, wind, biomass, hydro, geothermic or solar energy, while by 2020 it has to reach 16 per cent. In this paper we will look at some of the conditions and companies which contribute to reach this percentage. 1. First of all we will point out some of the prerequisites for successful

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    Biomass Energy in Ruse Region

    GENERAL OVERVIEW - BULGARIA Current Status of Biomass Energy There exists a large potential to utilize biomass as an energy source in Bulgaria. Bulgaria has a total land area of approximately 110,000 km2, of which some 6,200,000 ha, or approximately 60 percent of the overall land area, consists of arable and agriculture lands, and 3,903,000 ha, or approximately 30 percent, is forest cover. While information regarding the use and potential of biomass has been limited, there have been recent developments

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    Open Innovation

    Borislav Dionisev. After Privatization Sopharma modernized and increased its production capabilities. At present Sopharma is the main unit in the structure of the group “Sopharma Industries”. As of September 2009 Sopharma owns 16 subsidiaries - 8 in Bulgaria and 8 abroad. Most of them operate in the field of medicine and produce different types of products for medicine and cosmetics or support the main activity. Some Bulgarian subsidiaries are publicly traded and are listed on the Bulgarian Stock exchange

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    What Forms One's Personality

    expecting her sister with passion too, but after all she was the first born and the one that was expected for a long time. Her family and she were living in the capital of a small European country. The name of the city was Sofia, and the country was Bulgaria. In that part of the world people were very friendly and helpful to each other, so she grew up in a pretty good environment in a nice friendly neighborhood. She had a lot of friends and everybody really loved her. She was born in a wealthy family

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    Feasibility of Building a Health Center-Formal Report

    FEASIBILITY OF BUILDING A HEALTH RETREAT CENTER Formal Report 2012 [pic] Prepared by Hristo Hristov Student at American University in Bulgaria [pic] Report Distributed May 3, 2012 [pic] Prepared for Dr David Wallace ENG 302a - Business and Technical Writing Class ABSTRACT The report examines the feasibility of building a health retreat center in Varna

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    The Fifth Enlargement

    across the continent of Europe. Currently, the European Union consists of 27 countries and works/governs itself to form a single working European market. The quote “The Fifth Enlargement of the EU is now complete” the ascension of the last two (Bulgaria and Romania) of the 12 total countries of the Fifth Wave of admittance into the European Union. Firstly enlargement of the European Union diffidently has its benefits. In theory the enlargement of the European Union opens up the Union to new

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    Course Work: Pestle Analysis

    legal persons performing any services in marketing and information services, and any other activity that is not prohibited by law." The company is registered in the Commercial Register to Register Agency with unique identification number: 831714531 (Bulgaria, 2012). The Vesan’s headquarter and management address is located in Sofia, 127 "Maria Louisa" blvd.[2] (Vesan, 2012) The company has specialized in the supply of heating fuel for homes, offices and factories, but also in the supply of automotive

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    Cross-Cultural Communication

    Cross-Cultural Communication Paper Arab World v/s Bulgaria MBA 501 – Business Communications and Research Methods Cross-Cultural Communication Paper December 5, 2011 Arab World is rather heterogeneous group of nations and tribes who live in 22 states, counts more than 350 million people spread on bigger than Europe territory with very long distances - 7800 km. from East to West (United Nation Website, 2008). However based on common religion, origin and cultural roots many authors talk

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    Potters Industries Llc

    and Thailand. After conducting our research and analysis, we recommend that Potters Industries LLC expand its product lines into the South American country of Chile. Chile provided more arbitrage opportunities when compared with both Pakistan and Bulgaria. These opportunities will allow Potters to increase their exposure in the global market while increasing economies of scale. The small distances between the CAGE frameworks allow a smooth transition for Potters to create a regional base in Chile

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    Essay on Bulgarian Political System - What Should It Be?

    Bulgaria – presidential, semi-presidential or parliamentary republic? by Vera Dimitrova, 11114075 According to the political scientist Lasswell , politics is “who gets what, when and how”. Every country has different definition for “who” “what” and “how” and so different political systems are preferable. Since there is no formula for determining whether a particular regime is suitable for a particular nation, except maybe the experience, it is very hard for me to prescribe a good government

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    Lalalala

    trazer sorte à pessoa que a usou durante aquele tempo. Esta tradição tem origem numa lenda que conta a história de uma avó mal-humorada cujo humor variava muito rapidamente. Esta representava o tempo durante o tempo de Março, que é muito variável na Bulgária: quente quando Baba Marta está feliz e frio e chuva quando está zangada. Esta tradição da martenitsa é como que uma prenda para Baba Marta para a fazer feliz, fazendo assim com que a Primavera chegue o mais depressa possível.   -------------------------------------------------

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    Cv for My Success

    Reporting large and complex transactions to the bank’s Credit committee and Management board. Exercising my own approval competences for approval of credit transactions. Mentoring junior professionals and trainees in the department. Raiffeisenbank AD, Bulgaria Corporate credit risk, Head of department  Managed a credit risk department of 10 risk professionals responsible for the largest corporate credit risk exposures.     Was a voting member of the bank’s credit committee with own approval authorities

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    Emigration – to Stay or to Leave Bulgaria

    Emigration – to stay or to leave Bulgaria More than a decade has passed since the peak of emigration from Bulgaria following communism's fall, but many of the country's most enterprising and best-educated young are still keen to seek a life abroad. And that is one of the most serious problems Bulgaria faces last few years. 12,1 % of the whole Bulgarian population or 937 341 people live in foreign countries. According to the World Bank this number of emigrants now is much higher, because the last

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    Tourism Smolyan Bulgaria

    Smolyan Altitude - 850-950 m .The length of the city along the tributaries of the river Arda rivers Black and White is 15 km .The population of the town is 32 thousand inhabitants and 45 thousand in the Municipality of Smolyan . The distance from the capital city to Smolyan is 260 km, from Plovdiv - 100 km and from the border with Greece - 40 km . In the Ottoman- Turkish documents from the seventeenth century mentions the name of the settlement Ezerovo which is renamed to Bashmakla. Subsequently

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    Ww1 Essay

    Berlin in 1878. Although it was held to settle the issues in the Balkans, the political development in Europe was greatly affected. By the Treaty of San Stefano, the Russian influence in the Balkan could increase tremendously. An autonomous ‘Big Bulgaria’ was created under Russian occupation for 2 years. It would inevitably be a mere Russian satellite, a facade for Russian dominance of the Balkans and a springboard from which a Russian attack on Constantinople could be launched at any time. Secondly

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    World Cup Goals Under Min 5

    (min. 1) Argentina 1-0 Bulgaria 28.- Héctor Facundo (min. 4) Hungría 6-1 Bulgaria 29.- Flórián Albert (min. 1) Inglaterra 1966 Portugal 3-1 Hungría 30.- José Augusto (min. 1) Hungría 3-1 Brasil 31.- Ferenc Bene (min. 2) Portugal 5-3 Corea del Norte 32.- Pak Seung-Zin (min. 1) Unión Soviética 2-1 Hungría 33.- Igor Chislenko (min. 5) México 1970 Rumania 2-1 Checoslovaquia 34.- Ladislav Petrás (min. 5) Alemania 1974 Holanda 4-1 Bulgaria 35.- Johan Neeskens (min

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    Effectiveness of Btl Advertising

    PEST Analysis of Bulgaria Table of Contents PEST Analysis.............................................................................................................................................. Political Factors......................................................................................................................................... Ruling Part...............................................................................................................................

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    Pharmaceuticals

    6 Israël Adoption of chart of corporate governance best practice Malte Kosovo 11% 6% 11% UK BULGARIA CYPRUS ROMANIA Portugal ITALIA BOSNA AND HERZEGOVINA ALBANIA TUNISIA MOROCCO SPAIN EGYPT Chart recommanded by institution Chart enacted by law Chart for only public compagnies Country without chart 72% France Turkey 7 Compliance of corporate law with chart 100% BULGARIA EGYPT 75% 38% UK ITALIA BOSNA&HE RZEGOV FRANCE TURKEY 50% 46% 25% 15% 0% Not enough Fairly

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    This Is Crap Essay

    Kingdom, France and Russia and were later joined among others by the USA. Against Allies stood alliance called Central powers, which consisted of Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy (which fought for Allies then) later joined by Ottoman Empire and Bulgaria. Both Allies and Central powers expected the war to be very short and quick as for being regional (between Austria-Hungary and Serbia). The common belief in United Kingdom in the year 1914 was the war would last “till Christmas” (under half year)

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    Modern Day Business

    designed to meet the EU economic targets were implemented as a result of which the country achieved stable growth, fall of unemployment, and significant increase in earnings and living standards. Nowadays, the political climate in Bulgaria is stable. In the past decade, Bulgaria has seen rapid economic development, the establishment of long-standing political and economic relationship with Western Europe and the US, and wide support by international organizations such as the IMF, World Bank, NATO, and

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    Children Holocaust

    and communication we would not be living the life we live today. I realized the power of language when, I encountered a situation where I was not able to communicate to a group of people, in a way that they understood me. This situation occurred in Bulgaria, when I got lost on my big day, at Junior Judo World Championship. The ability to communicate is what made the world such an amazing place. If language and communication were never developed we would have never progressed to where we are today. The

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    Children Holocaust

    and communication we would not be living the life we live today. I realized the power of language when, I encountered a situation where I was not able to communicate to a group of people, in a way that they understood me. This situation occurred in Bulgaria, when I got lost on my big day, at Junior Judo World Championship. The ability to communicate is what made the world such an amazing place. If language and communication were never developed we would have never progressed to where we are today. The

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    Can Bulgaria Frack Its Way to Energy Independence?

    Can Bulgaria frack its way to energy independence? | | Term Paper | Class: “BUSINESS & SOCIETY”, Prof. Akbar | | Radostina Rubenstein | 3/23/2014 | | Contents: Intro 3 Shale Gas in Bulgaria 3 Overview 4 Mounting concern as production rises 5 Water Supplies 5 Surface impacts 6 Land 6 Water 6 Noise 7 Frack Quakes 8 Social acceptance 8 FRACKING IN BULGARIA 8 IS THERE A BUBBLE IN THE SHALE GAS INDUSTRY? 10 Diminishing returns 11 The drilling treadmill

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    Mission Impossible or a Much Need Must - Lobbying in Bulgaria

    Legalizing Lobbying in Bulgaria – a Mission Impossible or a Much Needed “Must’ Author: Gergana V. Murtova Term Paper for Business and Society Class People are easily fooled by talk about donations, private or corporate, that might be the case but not the whole truth, indeed. You see, everywhere from America to Japan, each party has, so to say, a ring of firms…If you think that I am less influential than one banker, your idea of what a politician can achieve is very far from reality

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    How Far Do You Agree That Without Soviet Interference, Eastern Europe Would Not Have Become Communist in the Post War Years?

    who was governing their country. Perhaps the strongest case for this side of the argument is the events that took place in Bulgaria in the post-war years. In 1944 Stalin declared war on Bulgaria, and as the Red Army invaded a Communist Coup was staged in Sofia. The ‘Fatherland Front’ was established which was dominated by communists on Stalin’s orders to keep Bulgaria firmly under Soviet communist command. In February 1945 100 leading right-wing Bulgarian politicians including the main opposition

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    Love

    | | | | | |Corfu, 1923 | |Bulgaria, 1925 | | | | | |The Dispute:

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    Conquest of Bulgaria

    greatest Byzantine rulers, who worked to establish more land and destroy the Empire’s enemies. (976-1025) One of his greatest endeavors was the conquest of Bulgaria. This was the last land grab of significance that the Empire saw. Soon after his rule the Empire collapsed. He was known for many things, but most importantly for his conquest of Bulgaria. Basil II inherited the throne in 963 at the age of three. The empire was run by a court eunuch named Basil the Chamberlain until Basil II was old enough

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    Conquest of Bulgaria

    greatest Byzantine rulers, who worked to establish more land and destroy the Empire’s enemies. (976-1025) One of his greatest endeavors was the conquest of Bulgaria. This was the last land grab of significance that the Empire saw. Soon after his rule the Empire collapsed. He was known for many things, but most importantly for his conquest of Bulgaria. Basil II inherited the throne in 963 at the age of three. The empire was run by a court eunuch named Basil the Chamberlain until Basil II was old enough

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    Yalta and Potsdam Conference

    necessary for Russia to enter the war although they did occupy Sakhalin Island as agreed at Yalta. By the time Churchill made the Iron Curtain Speech in March 1926, the Pro-communist government had been established in Poland, Hungary, Rumania, Bulgaria and Albania. In some cases, their opponents had been imprisoned or even murdered. In Hungary, free elections were allowed. In November 1945, the Russians made sure that although only 20% of people voted communist, the majority of the government were

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    Laws Concerning Privacy in Bulgaria

    status of privacy in Bulgaria Privacy is of great importance for every individual and for every nation in general. Being able to protect your personal data is a human right that should not be disregarded. In many countries the theft of private information and the public exposure of personal data are considered crimes and might have fatal consequences. There are many laws that protect the private data of the citizens of Bulgaria, such as: Constitution of the Republic of Bulgaria (adopted on 13 July

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    Cultural Exchagerogram-Bulgaria

    Niagara University  Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies    "Building a Bridge to Bulgaria" A US-Bulgarian Cultural Exchange Organization Research Capstone Paper  IDS601  Members of the committee: Dr. Chambers, T. Leibowitz, A. Dr. Mayer, S. Research paper presented by: Mariya Cherneva      April 29, 2011 Table of Contents I. Executive Summary 3 II. Introduction 5 1.0 Why would someone would like to study abroad? 6 2.0 A Literature

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    Bulgaria

    encyclopediaJump to: navigation, search This article is about the country. For other uses, see Bulgaria (disambiguation). Republic of Bulgaria Република България Flag Coat of arms Motto: Съединението прави силата (Bulgarian) "Saedinenieto pravi silata" (transliteration) "Unity makes strength"1 Anthem: Мила Родино (Bulgarian) Mila Rodino (transliteration) Dear Motherland Location of Bulgaria (dark green) – on the European continent (green & dark grey) – in the European

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    Marketing

    something better than any other iPhone before. (ABCnews) The customers of this product in Bulgaria are relativelly small group of people – 11 000. (Investors.bg) Again according to the same source many of the phones are bought from outside the country. The reason for such tendency among users of iPhone 6 in Bulgaria are the very high prices (Dnes.bg) For the success of their products not only in Bulgaria but also worldwide Apple Inc relies on a huge number of suppliers. Anually an update List of

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    Commercial Banks in Bulgaria Under Currency Board

    Commercial Banks in Bulgaria under Currency Board | | | | 1997 – a crucial year for the Bulgarian banking system The real reforms in the Bulgarian banking sector started in 1997, after the introduction of the currency board in the country. Bulgaria's macroeconomic performance between the fall of communism and early 1997 was especially poor. The decent economic performance in the beginning later deteriorated into hyperinflation and negative growth of GDP. Hyperinflation reached almost 500

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    Business Opportunities in Bulgaria

    There are more and more foreign businesses investing in Bulgaria every day. The amount of disposable income has increased for residents of the major metropolitan areas of Sofia, Varna and Plovdiv. Retail and leisure companies from Europe and the US are looking to enter or expand and there's a good deal of interest from the money men of the Middle East and Asia. More opportunities are available every day in Bulgaria for other countries to invest in. There is a huge untapped area of wealth available

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    Bulgarian Immigrants

    Bulgaria Immigrant (Male) Name HIS/120 31 August 2015 Instructor There is too much fighting in Bulgaria, everyone seems to want to take everyone else’s land. The continued attacks by Austria, Turkey, and Russia are unsettling. I feel one day I won’t get out safely and I do not want that to happen. When the Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization revolted in St. Ilya happened entire villages were killed, thousands of people died at the hands of the Turkish army. (Yu, n.d.) Before

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    Ethical

    An overview of Bulgaria’s refugee’s crisis: 4 Stakeholders and Typology theories: 4 Definition of Stakeholders: 4 A typology theories of stakeholder: 4 Types of stakeholders: 5 Ethical Framework: 5 Applying stakeholder theories to this Bulgaria case: 5 Refugees: 5 Bulgarians: 6 European Union: 7 IS-terrorist attacks: 8 Apply the ethical approach into the view of the Bulgaria’s government: 8 Conclusion 10 REFERENCE: 10 Introduction: As we can see that ethics is perceived

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    Relevance of Income Levels and Income Components for Determining Firm Value

    2000-2011 the population in the NMS-10 declined by 5% – almost double the rate witnessed during the 1990s – whereas at the same time the population in the EU-15 increased by nearly 6%. The decrease was particularly strong in Latvia, Lithuania, Bulgaria and Romania where the decline ranged between 10% and 15%; in Poland, Hungary and Estonia the fall was less than 4%. Only in Slovenia, the Czech Republic and in Slovakia did the population actually increase. Almost half of the population decline

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    Developments in the Balkans Leading to the Outbreak of World War I

    During the Great Eastern Crisis of 1875-78, The Ottomans were faced with renewed revolts and uprisings in Serbia, Bulgaria and Montenegro coupled with a war against Russia which they eventually lost in 1878.12 At the Treaty of San Stefano in 1878, Russia forced the Ottoman Empire to recognise the independence of Serbia, Romania and Montenegro as well as the autonomy of newly created Bulgaria.13 These developments alarmed the Great Powers of Europe who convened the Congress of Berlin in 1878, endeavouring

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    The Role of the Currency Board in Bulgaria's Stabilization

    attempts, Bulgaria introduced a currency board on July 1, 1997. Controversial and difficult to implement because of Bulgaria's serious structural problems, the currency board has been a crucial factor in the success of the country's latest stabilization program. Combining a traditional, rule-based exchange arrange-ment with legal and structural measures that addressed pressing banking sector and fiscal issues, it was well designed for the task at hand—credible but flexible enough to allow Bulgaria to tackle

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    Nuances in the Bulgarian Business Culture Compared to British

    1.1.2 Culture differences. 1.1 Authors and studies related to business culture. 1.2.1 Geert Hofstede; 1.2.2 Famous studies around the World. 2. Similarities and differences between the business cultures of Bulgaria and the United Kingdom. 2.1. Bulgarian business culture; 2.2. British business culture in comparison to Bulgaria’s . 3. References. Differences between national cultures. Authors, studies, etc

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    Marketing Strategy

    findings. Considering all data gathered while conducting the market analysis Bulgaria proved to be “promising” market with much of potential growth to expect in the following years. However Yugomar d.o.o. has to perform necessary marketing action with utmost care in order to launch its business operations as smooth as possible. Key words Marketing plan, market analysis, SWOT, PESTEL, marketing mix, Yugomar d.o.o., Bulgaria, Serbia, Master thesis Page 13 of 117 Faculty of Economics and Administration

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    Entrepreneurship for Me

    and your strong sides. Every human being wants to achieve happiness. We need different things such as love, health, success, glory and so on. In our time we need money to live. They are not our main aim but they helps to live better. In Bulgaria it's difficult to get enough money. The most of population work but it's poor. There are five percent of population which have ninety percent of the money. So differences between poor and rich people are enormous. Most of the firms pays low salary's

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    Finance

    tourism in Bulgaria – risks and benefits of making an investment decision. Introduction : What is an investment? Investments in tourism in Bulgaria.(brief explanation) Risks and benefits form making a decision to invest . Main body: How to make an investment decision? Best circumstances to make an investment. Brief descripition in general and connect with BG Risk regarding investment decisions. Investments in tourism. / in general + risks/ Condition of the tourism in Bulgaria / main

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    The European Union

    (1958) Bulgaria (2007) Croatia (2013) Cyprus (2004) Czech Republic (2004) Denmark (1973) Estonia (2004) Finland (1995) France (1958) Germany (1958) Greece (1981) Hungary (2004) Ireland (1973) Italy (1958) Latvia (2004) Lithuania (2004) Luxembourg (1958) Malta (2004) Netherlands (1958) Poland (2004) Portugal (1986) Romania (2007) Slovakia (2004) Slovenia (2004) Spain (1986) Sweden (1995) United Kingdom (1973) The currencies are as followed: United Kingdom -Great British pound sterling, Bulgaria- Bulgarian

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    Agriculrural Sibsidies

    LITRES Beer consumption per capita 2003 - 2009 - EU 27 (Litre) 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 YEAR BEER STATISTICS 2010 EDITION 5 Beer production (1000 HL) 2003 - 2009 Country Austria Belgium Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Malta Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey United Kingdom Total

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    Cultural Differences Between Japan and Canada

    Alex Eid 9/12/10 T/R 12:30-1:50 International Economics Development Writing Assignment 1 1. Bulgaria and Lebanon are countries that have many differences in their structure and lifestyle. Bulgaria and Lebanon are two countries that are considered to be listed as Upper-Middle income economies. Even though both of the countries are relatively close economically I would have to say life in Lebanon would be a little less expensive. 2. GNI is the most common measure of the overall level of

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    Marketing Plan for Kellogs

    demand for sportswear and footwear among professional sports players and all the amateurs involved in range of sports and fitness activities and people who wear sports clothing and snickers for leisure , can be identified as a growth opportunity. Bulgaria offers perfect locations for extreme sports like skiing and snowboarding , which are very popular among young people in the country and their demand for special and high-quality equipment can identify NIKE 6.0 Brand category for active sports

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    Assess the Aims of Two Countries Entering the First World War. to What Extent Were They Successful in Achieving Their Aims?

    World War I as a result of the alliances they had in place, what lured Bulgaria and Italy to take up arms was the promise of new territories if victorious. Unfortunately this greed would lead to both nations suffering as a result of their participation in War. Italy, although victorious in the end, had to endure economic hardships and Bulgaria ended up with even less territory compared to when they joined the War. Bulgaria officially entered World War I on the 14th of October, 1915 by declaring

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