SOFIA, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Bulgaria on Wednesday contracted a British-led consortium to consult on construction of a new Danube bridge linking it with Romania, setting in motion a long-delayed project due to be completed in 2006. The bridge between the Romanian port of Calafat and the Bulgarian town of Vidin near the Yugoslav border is part of a wider scheme to link the Balkans with the markets of western Europe and will ease Bulgaria's exports to the EU, its main trading partner. Work on ...
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