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The Financial Times with new investment in Bulgaria

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The Financial Times is launching a new investment in Bulgaria. The news was announced after a meeting between Deputy Economy Minister Alexander Manolev and John Kundert, the Financial Times Chief Technical Officer.

The company plans to open an IT development centre in Bulgaria. Deputy Minister Manolev commented that this initiative was one more positive signal for the Bulgarian economy, laying an emphasis on the fact that Bulgaria has the fastest developing information and communications technologies sector in Southeastern Europe. 

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