How long will the Prime Minister Boyko Borissov dodge resigning after three months of protests and what comes next?
Bulgaria’s second party strives for the prime spot after months of anti-GERB protests. Who are the party’s movers and shakers?
"Thugs – out" and "Mafia" have become the signature chants of this summer’s anti-governmental protests. There are deeply rooted reasons for this.
An update to the list of transgressions of the powerful that remained buried in the news of protests and pandemics.
The EU faces a conundrum: either get tough on Boyko Borissov or accept his "Orban lite" model
Bulgaria’s attempt to thwart N. Macedonia’s EU accession bid ruins four years of diplomatic efforts and may lead to Sofia’s isolation in Brussels
Sofia is highly selective when it comes to expelling Russian spies – and its interests in general
The sharpest economic drop on record was expected to be followed by a quick recovery. The third quarter is not looking so good though.
The government has opened its wallet, throwing money at COVID-19 in an attempt to cling to power and stave off protests
Bulgaria raised 2.5 billion euro through the sale of Eurobonds under favorable conditions in September. The question is what the GERB-led government coalition will do with the money
What is happening with Hemus motorway which is supposed to connect Sofia with towns in the northern parts of the country all the way to Varna
While small towns on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast enjoy the return of domestic tourists, large resorts traditionally relying on foreigner visitors look deserted
Small firms which make up more than 90% of companies in Bulgaria, were hit hardest by the Covid-19 crisis
How one toy retailer got mixed-up in anti-government protests and received an uninvited buy-out offer
Bulgarian Telecomunications Company, operating under the Vivacom brand, has rolled out the first version of its 5G network - with limitations in both coverage and capacity
As many as 60% of the most profitable companies improved their profitability rates in 2019
In total, the liabilities of the top 300 companies in terms of revenue in the country grew by over BGN 4.5 billion, reaching almost BGN 50 billion
The revenues of the 50 fastest growing companies increased by an average of 56% in 2019, with the largest companies growing particularly fast.
All top 20 companies achieved a revenue growth' it is above average for nine of them
Service outsourcing companies have been growing at healthy double-digit rates for a decade but the coronavirus crisis is putting that model of development to the test
The economic indicators of the regions of Shumen and Targovishte lag behind national averages but population trends are optimistic
The availability of raw materials make Shumen and Targovishte the regions with the biggest number of glass and ceramics producers in the country
Dragomir winery's new home & Starting a business during a pandemic & The fashion of being green
Held back by COVID-19, now the market is springing back to action
In the second quarter, banks’ profits plummeted due to higher provisions and declining interest and fee income
Over 4.65 billion euro worth of loans have received a deferral under Bulgaria's credit moratorium by the end of August
Despite some early signs of improvement in Bulgaria’s main economic indicators in the third quarter, the biggest companies listed on the stock exchange in Sofia saw the outflow of investors continue.
Turkey and Romania are hoping for big production, while Bulgaria is still awaiting its golden chance
A "Capital" investigation into the companies building and financing it reveals that all are under Russian control. US sanctions on the project have not yet been approved