Anton Zingarevich, the son of a Russian billionaire, has reduced several sports clubs worldwide to ruin. Now Botev Plovdiv is on the line.
Low investment rates limit the country’s long-term potential for economic growth
The week: More than one storm brewing in the Black Sea, Brussels’ pressure and TurkStream revelations
Bulgaria, where natural catastrophes meet ungovernability
The government is preparing a final recovery plan proposal and is now planning to close 800 MW of coal-fired capacity and limit the capacity of Maritsa East TPPS by 30%
We can't keep people from leaving - or data from leaking + a rock from the sky
The dangers of indecision
K Insights newsletter 16/06
The biggest difference between the two countries is the degree of success in their fight against corruption
K Insights newsletter: 21/04
Is the euro coming at all, the Russian assets in Bulgaria are in for a freeze, trouble at the European prosecution
Over-liquidity at local banks and the BNB’s policy ease the ECB tightening
The week: A few Brussels sprouts, Election after April Fool’s Day, Malkovich’s (costly) sell-out show
Brussels wants to know who's investing, Fool's day elections, waiting for John Malkovich
The pricey project will try to cut off Russia's energy influence
Prosecution goes after cryptobank, no chance of gov’t and coal to stay until 2038
Institutions don’t bet on a recession in their forecasts for 2023 but there are problems
Gov’t mandate roulette kicks off, Boyko is the (old) Messi, K100 business ranking now in English
They own 600 thousand square meters of offices in Sofia or half of the total available 1.24 million square meters of class A areas in the capital.
Sofia hosted the KPMG Global - Woman in Cyber Summit
Three five-star complexes, a campsite with villas and smaller hotels
The week: Numbers and why we should love them, elections and census results are out and Schengen maybe?
K insights 07/10: And I guess that’s why they call it the (post-election) blues