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“Kremikovtzi” will not be stopped, says minister Dimitrov

Submitted on Sunday, 26 October 2008No Comment

“Additional gas input compensates the lesser amount of coal in “Kremikovtzi”, and I hope the combine will not cease to function,” said the minister of economics Petar Dimitrov for Darik radio.

According to him, the combine has one week to find an operator, or will have to begin cancelling it’s production little by little. He insists that a stopping of Kremikovtzi will not affect the capital Sofia, and that interest in operating the combine has already been expressed by several companies.

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