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Bulgaria's Danube Ports Hit by Financial Crisis, Kremikovtzi's Troubles

Date: 17.11.2008

Bulgaria's major Danube ports appear to be already hit hard by the effects of the global financial crisis, which is reducing the volume of international trade, which is usually carried out through them.

This becomes clear from the interviews that major officials of Port Lom, Port Svishtov, and Port Complex Ruse gave Friday to

The losses that Bulgaria's western Danube port of Lom and the central port of Svishtov are starting to suffer from the effects of the global financial crisis are added to the losses they have been incurring as a result of the troubles at the Kremikovtzi steel-maker.

The Port Complex Ruse, which operates four Danube ports in the east - Ruse, Silistra, Tutrakan, and Somovit, is already seeing significant declines in the volume of goods that it is processing, and expects that the trend would worsen in 2009.

For more information on the issues of Bulgaria's Danube Ports resulting from the effects of the financial crisis, please see our Exclusive Interviews section.

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