The caretaker cabinet’s grand vision for Bulgarian energy is full of questionable choices
The week: The two types of entrepreneurs, How Nexo affected politics, Bulgaria cashes in on the markets
What stories do we need to tell more
The leading 45 companies in the sector recorded revenue growth of 23.5%, reaching 10.9 billion levs.
The transport company grows by 35% per year and aims for a turnover of over 1 billion euro
They own 600 thousand square meters of offices in Sofia or half of the total available 1.24 million square meters of class A areas in the capital.
High demand and low supply drive prices up. War, weakening economies and rising mortgage rates may cool down the market
58% of local government tenders and almost 65% of the money, or nearly half a billion levs, are distributed through controversial auctions
The country has built a good reputation on account of its digital infrastructure, low costs and technical talent, but it’s still being overtaken
Many Bulgarian businesses want to add photovoltaic systems to reduce their own electricity bills – what are their options?
With CEECAT Capital now majority owner of plastic food packaging producer Teda Pack the business is primed to grow
California-based Intuitive Surgical to invest 80 million levs in the production of instruments for robot-assisted surgery
The leader Kostadin Kostadinov uses very well the social media and jumps on the populist anti-establishment bandwagons but cannot propose a viable agenda for governing
The week: The private border of Bulgaria and the EU, are we still on track for the euro and a stellar year for banks (so far)
K Insights 03/06: what happened with the refugees
Capital Weekly ranks financial institutions in terms of stability, profitability and dynamics
Nikolay Gorchilov, Victor Frances and Plamen Petkov introduce the Bulgarian internet model to India through the provider Excitel, which already has over half a million subscribers
Nessebar joins top 10
The northern part of the Black Sea has practically lost its access to maritime transport as the Russian war on Ukraine has increased insurance costs
More significant NATO presence in the country and further investments in key military equipment are likely in the aftermath of the Russian invasion