Bul­garia risk buf­fers.

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cit­ing sources. Kopernikus oper­ates in 60 mu­nic­i­pal­i­ties across Ser­bia and has around 200,000 users. The price was set at be­low 1,000 eu­ros per user, the re­port said. Ac­cord­ing to 2016 data, Telekom Sr­bija is the largest broad­band in­ter­net provider in the Balkan coun­try with a mar­ket share of around 46 per­cent and the sec­ond largest ca­ble tele­vi­sion provider with a mar­ket share of around 25 per­cent.

Bul­garia’s cen­tral bank said on Mon­day that 10 banks it re­gards as systemically im­por­tant would have to adopt ex­tra cap­i­tal buf­fers as Sofia seeks to join the euro. The cen­tral bank is in­creas­ing ex­ist­ing buf­fers for these banks by 0.25 per­cent­age points as of Jan­uary 1, 2019 in a move that bankers and an­a­lysts said would not re­quire them to raise ad­di­tional cap­i­tal.

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