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The fate of the mine “Minior” does not hang on “Bobov dol”

Submitted on Sunday, 28 December 2008No Comment

“The fate of the mine “Minior” in Bobov dol is in the hands of the mine management, not in ours. We wonder what would happen with the mine in 2009, because it has no contract for sale of coal with the Power plant “Bobov dol”, if we buy the 5000 tons of fuel that we have contract for,” ask the press attache of the businessman Hristo Kovachki – Desislava Filipova.

“During the last few years, some of the other mines that make shipments for Bobov dol have stopped for two months, because the Power plant has a lot of raw material in store. The miners from these mines, however, regularly got their salaries, and received their extras for productional results”, says Filipova.

According to her words, the problems of the mine can be sold by seeking to organize sales of coal to citizens of nearby cities, which is – once again – something do be decided by the management.

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