Joining the Eurozone and Schengen becomes even more important for the country to benefit from expected EU reforms
Anton Zingarevich, the son of a Russian billionaire, has reduced several sports clubs worldwide to ruin. Now Botev Plovdiv is on the line.
How not to lose another decade
The week: More than one storm brewing in the Black Sea, Brussels’ pressure and TurkStream revelations
Bulgaria, where natural catastrophes meet ungovernability
K Insights newsletter 01/09
The government is preparing a final recovery plan proposal and is now planning to close 800 MW of coal-fired capacity and limit the capacity of Maritsa East TPPS by 30%
The "father of the Green Deal" and Vice-President of the European Commission says that the earlier Bulgaria moves away from coal, the more successful it will be in its green transformation
Expanding net interest income remains the main growth driver
Is the second "historic compromise" going to end up like the first?
The Bulgarian-Dutch joint venture is among the big European producers of rootstocks
The week: The captured state unravels, Mariya Gabriel gets a bad deal, while arms producers had a very good year
The country didn’t break. It was already broken
The biggest difference between the two countries is the degree of success in their fight against corruption