No Euro in 2024: Why did Bulgaria give up trying to join the eurozone next year?
Parliament’s failure to adopt 4 key pieces of legislation, a purposeful abstention from the amendment of the Insurance code and high inflation will delay currency union entry
Top 5 Bulgarian hotel investments in Greece
Three five-star complexes, a campsite with villas and smaller hotels
The week: A new coalition was born, the billions for the road cartel were halted, what the hell has gone wrong with the Bulgarian army
"We will bring you down", we have 2.5 billion reasons to do so + an MP not afraid of going back to her village
Four risks for the Bulgarian economy after the collapse of the ruling coalition
Bulgaria shifting away from the eurozone and EU funds, strong regulators and energy reform
The week: 100 days of hell, the missing half a billion and a mysterious crash at a large dam
A baptism of fire, a new port on the Aegean and an ambassador worth throwing out
The Wolf and the trash: the saga about who will burn Bulgaria’s trash
The Minister of the Environment is the last barrier to the construction of a massive RDF-burning plant by one of Bulgaria’s most controversial businessmen
Bulgaria mulls options for Plovdiv Airport
A concession may be offered again after four unsuccessful attempts
Plovdiv and its dream
Plovdiv Municipality has had plans for an urban railway, or S-Bahn as the Germans call it, for 30 years.
18 steps to government: What did the parties decide after a week of negotiations?
Cabinet talks led by election winner We Continue the Change run smoother than the previous two attempts, but difficult steps still have to be taken
Transport companies Top 20: coronavirus weighs heavily
Transport is among the top 3 sectors of Bulgaria’s economy affected by Covid-19, with the aviation sector suffering the most
Do we continue the change? A new big player in town
The movement of popular caretaker ministers Assen Vassilev and Kiril Petkov enters the political fray with a bang - but can it live up to the hype?
Quite a day: New caretaker gov’t, new elections and a new challenger
The second cabinet appointed by President Radev this year is notable mostly for its absentees - Finance and Economy ministers Vassilev and Petkov, who will now be entering the political fray
The week: The cynicism of demographic mourners, final week of parliamentary dramas and GDP records
Politicians play deaf and blind on stagnant vaccinations, but mourn demographic collapse, pensions, GDP go up - and so could concession fees
The week: Yet another saviour on the horizon, Fourth Covid wave is here and some good news for the budget
To party or not to party, that is Kiril Petkov’s question, (some) Covid restrictions, after all, and even more expensive electricity
The Black Wednesday: A 13 Million Sports Hall With The Revenue Of A Corner-Store
The story of one of many government-built arenas designed not to support sport, but to boost friendly infrastructure companies