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|| Bulgaria counting on Qatar investors for new Romania-Turkey highway

bulgaria-turkey.jpgBulgaria's government has decide to open to potential investors a project for building a new motorway between its border with Romania and Turkey - with Qataris as top potential investors.

On a recent visit to Sofia, Qatari investment delegate confirmed his country's interest in the motorway, highlighting Bulgaria's important potential as a transit point from the Middle East to western Europe.

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May 10, 2012 |  Filed under Qatar Investors

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