Bulgaria’s GDP Up by One-Fourth in Four Years – Deputy PM Donchev

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(The Bulgarian News Agency)

At a meeting with the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions in Bulgaria (CITUB) here on Monday, Deputy Prime Minister Tomislav Donchev said that in four years Bulgaria’s GDP grew by one-fourth, the average wage increased by 50 per cent, and the minimum pension doubled.

In his words, topic number one before Bulgaria at the moment is exiting the COVID-19 crisis in terms of health care, and the other topics are how to exit the crisis in socic-economic terms 
and in what way do different people envision the growth formula.

According to him, ever more attention should be paid to the quality of investments and economic transformation. Even more targeted state support is needed, he argued and added that the National Recovery and Resilience Plan will be a very powerful tool to that end.

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