Bulgaria Business Sentiment Has Improved In April

Bulgaria’s business sentiment index rose by 1.9 percentage points (pp) month-on-month in April, the National Statistical Institute (NSI) said on Tuesday.

Business sentiment improved most in the services sector – by 3.4 pp, the office of statistics said in a monthly business climate survey, in which managers of 4,200 enterprises were interviewed.

The manufacturing and construction sectors saw a rise of 2.0 pp and 1.3 pp, respectively, while sentiment in retail trade remained unchanged.

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