The week: Bulgarian politics in meltdown, corruption scandals revived and budget troubles
The unenviable task of trying to explain all this
Last-minute rotation: GERB and WCC-DB agree on a government
It will be formed with the second mandate of Prime Minister Nikolay Denkov and will have Mariya Gabriel as his deputy. They will then swap positions after nine months.
How Romania overtook Bulgaria
The biggest difference between the two countries is the degree of success in their fight against corruption
The board is set, the pieces are moving: will there be a cabinet?
Borissov seems to be dictating the pace of the negotiations, WCC is trying to outmaneuver him, but might end up playing into his hands
The week: Are parties going to agree on anything, the Azeri gas gambit and BNB cools down crediting
Coalition with GERB? Don’t look at what he says, look at what they do
"Unconventional proposal." Are GERB and WCC-DB working towards a gov’t?
In a sign of goodwill, the leaders of the two factions met for the first time on Tuesday, but a breakthrough remains far off
Federico Menna, EIT Digital: We are actively looking for companies in Eastern Europe
We are discussing opening an office in Sofia, says the new CEO of EIT Digital
Where digital nomads spend the night in Bulgaria
The concept of shared accommodation is gaining momentum in the capital and beyond
Bulgarian ski resorts suffer from warm winter weather in December
The hospitality sector reports cancellations, hopes for a longer season
The week: Bulgaria’s favorite decade, the euro-effort is shot in the leg, and banks are doing great
The past still has power over us
Another parliament bites the dust. What did it accomplish?
The 48th National Assembly will be remembered for the laws it failed to pass rather than for any meaningful breakthroughs
Housing loans in Bulgaria rank among the EU’s cheapest
Over-liquidity at local banks and the BNB’s policy ease the ECB tightening