Bulgaria To Reject EU’s Proposed 40% CO2 Reduction Target
Bulgaria will not to approve the proposal for a 40%-reduction in [EU] greenhouse gas emissions. Minister of Economy and Energy Dragomir Stoynev, who is paying today a visit to the city of Sliven, made the comment, Radio FOCUS – Sliven reported.
In his opinion, this would significantly affect the economy in a negative way as it would mean that factories will have to be moved out of EU member states and the government was working to achieve a re-industrialisation of the country.
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