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The week: What a Big Mac can tell us about the future of Sofia

The week: What a Big Mac can tell us about the future of Sofia

Sofia gets really expensive, Peevski gets a post, and Real Estate keeps booming




The week: A second private border?

The week: A second private border?

A private Schengen, Elections loom again, How hard is it to buy trains


A challenging year ahead: Bulgarian IT sector faces uncertain times

A challenging year ahead: Bulgarian IT sector faces uncertain times

A decade and a half of steady growth in the software industry is now at a crossroads




Industrial cooldown, slower business growth and less VAT collected: 2023 at a glance

Industrial cooldown, slower business growth and less VAT collected: 2023 at a glance

Global events hit the financial performance of public companies, shrink factory production and effectively cut down state revenue


The biggest pharmaceutical companies: a duo joins the billion-dollar club

The biggest pharmaceutical companies: a duo joins the billion-dollar club

Two drug distributors - Sopharma Trading and Phoenix Pharma - crossed the BGN 1 billion mark for the first time in 2022



Largest food and beverage producers in Bulgaria: Sunflower stars emerge

Largest food and beverage producers in Bulgaria: Sunflower stars emerge

Loads of different players from the beer, meat, sunflower and sweets sectors make up the top 50 ranking


Glass maker Rubin invests more than 210 million levs in large-scale modernization project

Glass maker Rubin invests more than 210 million levs in large-scale modernization project

The Pleven-based plant already has two new furnaces and is building a third one in a bid to attract large Western customers



Top Livestock Producers: Riding the Wave of Soaring Prices

Top Livestock Producers: Riding the Wave of Soaring Prices

Last year brought a surge in output and prices


The week: What a pyrolysis installation in Plovdiv teaches us about trust and business

The week: What a pyrolysis installation in Plovdiv teaches us about trust and business

Corruption is bad for business, Tony Blair is here to help and NATO steps in for the infrastructure


100 to 0: How Bulgaria went from a historical net exporter of electricity to a net importer

100 to 0: How Bulgaria went from a historical net exporter of electricity to a net importer

The change in dynamics is evident and there is enough reasons to guess that Bulgaria made a big mistake



The week: Gooood morning Vietnam!

The week: Gooood morning Vietnam!

Back in Vietnam, We are not harassing Austria, Why is Sofia lonely