Bulgarian governor against accession to banking union

Ivan Iskrov, the governor of the Bulgarian National Bank, on September 17 said he opposed the country's involvement in a European banking union.

In a speech at the official opening of the new academic year at the University of National and World Economy in Sofia, Iskrov voiced his concerns over losing sight of Bulgarian interests during international negotiations.

"Is it really true that foreign authorities in all cases have more knowledge, more successful experience or better intentions when it

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