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Bulgaria in terms of macroeconomic, financial, and banking stability did pretty good. We didn't need the help of IMF.

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While other countries in the region have to contend with a serious fiscal hangover from the boom years before 2008, Bulgaria’s public debt is a measly 17.5 per cent of GDP, and the government moved fairly swiftly to curtail the deficit, bringing it down to 2.1 per cent last year. The IMF expects it to reach 1.25 per cent for 2012.

http://blogs.ft.com/beyond-brics/2012/10/11/bulgaria-stable-but-sluggish/#axzz2LcO88Ffi

The government failed in the social policy, the low income of the people, the growing prices led to the fall of the government.
Come on, my family paid 230 euros electricity bill for January.
I am sure the people in Austria or Germany dont pay such bills.

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