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Bulgaria Economic Trends: Wage Growth Slowing Down

Bulgaria Economic Trends: Wage Growth Slowing Down

Wage increases are expected to decelerate this year, ranging between 5% and 14%


How 16 billion lev capitalization vanished from the Bulgarian Stock Exchange

How 16 billion lev capitalization vanished from the Bulgarian Stock Exchange

The financial watchdog delisted Capital Concept for lack of reporting


The week: Entering the euro - what's love got to do with it

The week: Entering the euro - what's love got to do with it

Trust and the Euro, How to make money disappear, Customs in disarray


Sofia expanding with two new residential and commercial areas opposite the Business Park

Sofia expanding with two new residential and commercial areas opposite the Business Park

Owners of restituted land situated in green spaces in existing neigbourhoods will be able to construct residential and office buildings in specially designated new zones


The week: Gooood morning Vietnam!

The week: Gooood morning Vietnam!

Back in Vietnam, We are not harassing Austria, Why is Sofia lonely


Bulgaria’s Largest Textile Companies: Slight Recovery after Weak Years

Bulgaria’s Largest Textile Companies: Slight Recovery after Weak Years

In 2022, the combined revenue of the top 25 companies in the sector increased by 19%.


The week: To leave or not to leave, that’s Lukoil’s question

The week: To leave or not to leave, that’s Lukoil’s question

Russian oil derogation shenanigans, Bulgarian PISA tower crumbles, good times for bankers and farmers


Bulgaria’s Ideal Standard - Vidima to become part of Germany’s Villeroy & Boch

Bulgaria’s Ideal Standard - Vidima to become part of Germany’s Villeroy & Boch

The transaction values Ideal Standard Group at 600 million euro and is expected to be completed in early 2024


The week: The mystery of the Bulgarian housing market

The week: The mystery of the Bulgarian housing market

The (very) strange Bulgarian housing market, a not so strange election and a bag of coke


A Russian Oligarch’s Son and his Plovdiv Odyssey: Part II

A Russian Oligarch’s Son and his Plovdiv Odyssey: Part II

Two years after the arrival of Russian oligarch’s son Anton Zingarevich, the finances of the leading Plovdiv football club in Plovdiv are a mystery


The 50 most dynamic companies: Another burst of energy

The 50 most dynamic companies: Another burst of energy

Revenues of the fastest-growing large companies jumped by an average of 139% in 2022


Why investment activity in Bulgaria is so slow

Why investment activity in Bulgaria is so slow

Low investment rates limit the country’s long-term potential for economic growth


The founder of the largest Bulgarian insurer has been shot in Sofia

The founder of the largest Bulgarian insurer has been shot in Sofia

Alexey Petrov - founder of Lev Ins, which insured the reconstruction of Camp Nou, was a visible remnant of the 90s and a key figure in business and politics


Build the damn roads. Build the damn railways. Do something, for Christ’s sake

Build the damn roads. Build the damn railways. Do something, for Christ’s sake

Build the roads, search for gas in the sea, a Ukrainian hit-list and Lukoil is in for some trouble



E. Miroglio - the Italian leader in the Bulgarian textile sector

E. Miroglio - the Italian leader in the Bulgarian textile sector

A moderate recovery, but without strong optimism among the major players in the sector


Hills of Rock in Plovdiv and Velingrad Arte feastival canceled this year

Hills of Rock in Plovdiv and Velingrad Arte feastival canceled this year

Francofolies is coming to the city under the hills, and the organizer Fest team is targeting family events and solo concerts



How Bansko turned into a digital nomad hub

How Bansko turned into a digital nomad hub

The Bulgarian ski resort attracts foreigners because of its low taxes, affordable prices and proximity to the mountains


Where digital nomads spend the night in Bulgaria

Where digital nomads spend the night in Bulgaria

The concept of shared accommodation is gaining momentum in the capital and beyond