For many years a lot of our readers have asked us to do an English language version of Capital. Capital, after all, is the closest thing in Bulgaria to a newspaper of record, but, despite Google's best efforts (thank you, guys!), its authoritative voice remains restricted mainly to Bulgarian readers.
Now you have it.
KQuarterly is not simply an abridged version of Capital Weekly and Capital Daily. We publish original articles that summarize the main events in the last quarter of the year and shed some light on the upcoming months. KQ enjoys the benefit of having more time to think through the chaotic Bulgarian political and business life and to present a clear picture of its various developments and shenanigans.
You can expect a lot of data that can give you immediate understanding of Bulgarian economy, as well as many authors and experts who are not part of our editorial team and will broaden our covarage of the events in Bulgaria.
If you wonder why we chose K, instead of C for the name of this publication, it has nothing to do with us trying to be original, or evading some probable trademark violation. Капитал is an established brand we cherish, so we take the liberty to show this in our English language title.