Bulgarian Lev

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Bulgarian Lev

The currency of Bulgaria. The fourth lev replaced the third lev in 1999 at a ratio of 1,000 third leva to one fourth lev. At its introduction, the lev was pegged to the Deutsche mark at a 1:1 ratio. When Germany adopted the euro, Bulgaria unofficially switched its peg to the new currency at a ratio of 1.95583 leva to one euro.
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Ben Geske's free throw knotted the score, and Streamwood turned the ball over in the final 30 seconds to set up Leva's game-winner.
Bulgarian-language media said that a few days after the Bisser disaster, it had emerged that about 102 million leva had been pledged from the EU-funded rural development programme for projects for the prevention of natural disasters, but tenders for projects had not yet been invited.
Other institutions to come under fire in recent days included the ministries of interior and agriculture, where minister Miroslav Naidenov said the bonuses paid were just 600 000 leva.
There the average price for the gasoline is 2.24 leva per liter and for the diesel - 2.33 leva.
Commenting on the association, Al Otaiba said: "We are pleased to partner with Leva Hotels to help them accelerate their growth, continue to develop, innovate and provide customers with the highest level of quality and service in the hospitality space."
The revenue from the tickets decreased by almost one million leva compared to 2017 and in 2018 totaled 3,065 million leva.
The word 'Leva' (derived from the Latin word 'Levatio') itself means comfort and the new property is nothing but a physical manifestation of that very principle.
The Red Cross campaign had raised more than 300000 leva in donations to a special bank account by February 9 including donations from, among many others, the American Chamber of Commerce in Bulgaria which gave 10 000 leva, the Chinese embassy which gave 15 000 leva, while the Bulgarian Ski Federation said that half of the ticket proceeds from the World Ski Cup competitions in Bansko would go to the Red Cross fund.
Preliminary estimates show that this will cost 2500 leva per elevator, NOVA points out.
A BBSS Gallup poll said that this year, Bulgarians would be spending about 89 leva on gifts for relatives, about 10 leva less than last year.
At the same time Sofia-region reports growth of 18% to 15 527 leva and Sofia-city - by 6% to 30 295 leva.