GERB is unable to put forward new faces to substitute disgruntled ministers
Summer of political scandals, CEZ and Nova Broadcasting Group, Crashed Company Register, Bus crash near Svoge
A tragic bus crash has become a catalyst for a cabinet reshuffle and a potential government crisis
Prime Minister Boyko Borissov attempts to defuse the build-up of discontent against his government policies by asking three ministers to resign
At their core, Bulgarians are secularists and believe in democracy
Bulgaria in the 5th wave of the European Values Study
Bulgarian society settles down after the tumultuous transition to democracy
More Bulgarians are coping better with their lives which reflects a new general attitude
Bulgarians prefer the comfort of their immediate family to the pubcil activism
To the surprise of some, a growing number of Bulgarians believe in open and more liberal democracy
People have moved from extreme opinions to more pragmatic assessment of the public authority
There is a sharp drop in the number of Bulgarians who consider democracy to be a bad form of government
Trust subsides down to a close circle of family and friends, while the public sphere is perceived as alien, unreliable, and potentially threatening
Bulgarians opt for a welfare state that is not too strong
Bulgarian business may take a hit if the devaluation of the lira triggers a financial crisis spilling over into the real sector
Sofia received a formal promise to join the euro, but it will need to follow a longer procedure in comparison with earlier applicants
A look into why China is not that interested in Bulgaria as its next big foreign investment destination
Despite the government restrictions, Bulgarians prefer to use non-regulated services
Bulgaria’s economic expansion has slowed down in the second quarter in parallel with the trend in Europe
Vazil Hudak, Vice-President of the European Investment Bank
Bulgaria’s political establishment has demonstrated yet again that no business can be run in Bulgaria without their blessing
Competition authority head Julia Nenkova is a classic example of a politically motivated appointment
Plovdiv, Bulgaria’s second largest city, is turning into an alternative to the capital in terms of opportunities for business and tourism
The lack of high quality projects and rising prices cited as the principal reasons
The business of the 100 largest Bulgarian companies has expanded by a third in 10 years, the 2018 edition of Capital Top 100 ranking shows, with production facilities being the motors of growth.
Ideal Standard’s businesses in Sevlievo are focusing on growth after being acquired by Anchorage Capital earlier this year.
The rapid growth in the turnover of arms manufacturers and traders is probably nearing its end
The high prices of non-ferrous metals, the introduction of new products and anti-dumping tariffs on steel imports produced a two-digit rise in revenue
On average, retail sales grew 10% for a second year in a row in 2017, while profits rose by 24%
Even though just three of the companies in the ranking worked at a loss, the average profitability slightly deteriorated
Drug sales are rising again, as are the revenues of the largest companies. Both indicators rise by 11%
Bulgaria has reached a historic record in wheat production but revenues in the sector are growing slightly
The tech sector in Bulgaria continues to grow, with the vast majority of companies reporting double-digit revenue growth.
Tге five largest companies in the sector expanded staff numbers by 20% in 2017 to over 10,000 people
DSK Bank is set to buy Societe Generale Expressbank for close to 1.0 billion levs, or 1.3 times its capital, vying for the top spot in the sector in terms of assets.
The banking sector is in good shape, breaking asset and profit records with the help of one-off events, mid-year data show
Turnover totaled 132.6 million euro between March 1 and August 31
Bulgaria has one of the highest subsidies for green energy as a percentage of GDP among the EU member states.