An interview with Bulgarian Deputy Economy Minister Mariana Assenova by Krassimira Olah LONDON–Mariana Assenova was appointed Deputy Economic Minister last year. Prior to that she served in the outgoing Prime Minister Ivan Kostov’s administration as an advisor to the Economics Ministry and as a deputy minister in the Trade and Tourism Department in 1997. TOL: […]

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