The Week: Kicking the coal can down the road, the Blagoevgrad election test and getting closer to the Euro
Bulgaria says no to transition from coal, Peevski peeves MRF and Bulgarian high-tech startups on a roll
The Week: Troubles in the Black Sea, not a nice time to be a Bulgarian neighbor, Capital sells covers on an NFT auction
The Three seas in Sofia; No date for North Macedonia, welcome to the Rhodope mountain train
The primary job of the cabinet led by ex-General Stefan Yanev will be to organize fair elections in July - but it might have a more political role than anticipated
When long-time leaders refuse to leave; the shortest-lived Parliament in a 100 years; tourists are welcome
K Insights 30/04: What do football and politics have in common, dubious court about to be disbanded
How to spend secretly 100 million euro in Sofia; a breath of fresh air in the Parliament; exports are back on track
KInsights 17/04: A Russian billionaire in Sofia, a feisty old lady in the Parliament and the 6 billion euro everyone is talking about
The pandemic practically froze the M&A market. Buyers are still mostly local faces
Elections looming large, prosecutors denied and how Bulgaria remains at the end of the GDP tail in the EU
K Insights 5/03: Controversial changes to the media law were postponed, Eurohold wants to raise 100 mln euro on the stock exchange
Entrenchment in independent watchdogs and state companies could ensure GERB and MRF remain in power even if they lose the upcoming vote
The SOFIX index suffers worst drop since 2008, blue-chip stocks underperform broader market
Despite some early signs of improvement in Bulgaria’s main economic indicators in the third quarter, the biggest companies listed on the stock exchange in Sofia saw the outflow of investors continue.
The revenues of the 50 fastest growing companies increased by an average of 56% in 2019, with the largest companies growing particularly fast.