Bulgaria bets it all on Kozloduy nuclear project, but building two reactors could be harder than politicians pretend
The issue of costs is also a key issue on which the selling price of electricity will then depend, but let's hear what the key figures have to say
The assassination of influence peddler Martin Bozhanov exposed the rotten core of the Bulgarian prosecution and might cause a civil war within it
A decade and a half of steady growth in the software industry is now at a crossroads
Despite shakeups, it appears that "the assemblage" of GERB and WCC-DB, backed by MRF, will soldier on after 6 March - with some slight recalibrations
Bulgaria's slow green transition could lead to dire economic consequences, while Athens is ready to take over
A small, fertiliser-rich country sniffs the limits of its old model
The conference will bring many speakers from Europe and the energy business
The changes are triggered by the low interest shown in certain programs.
Last year brought a surge in output and prices
Corruption is bad for business, Tony Blair is here to help and NATO steps in for the infrastructure
Four leading Bulgarian economists highlight the most significant trends of 2023.
The revenue growth of the top 30 companies in the sector slowed to 22% in 2022
Bulgaria gets a half-Schengen, Peevski gets a half party, and something awful is going on in the police
After peaking in 2021-2022, transactions and, construction permits are now declining, and price growth is slowing down
KInsights’ chronology of a turbulent year - and on what’s to come