Fewer working people, decimation of the North, migration as important as death - those are some of the basic lessons from the preliminary results of the demographic study published last week
A concession may be offered again after four unsuccessful attempts
The Struma tragedy is unique in scale, but follows years of negligence and poor oversight
The experts have reached a consensus; the ball is now in the institutions’ court
Kapital Insights and Friedrich Naumann Foundation present the second installment of "The Chronicles of the Infodemic"
Politicians play deaf and blind on stagnant vaccinations, but mourn demographic collapse, pensions, GDP go up - and so could concession fees
The week: Yet another saviour on the horizon, Fourth Covid wave is here and some good news for the budget
To party or not to party, that is Kiril Petkov’s question, (some) Covid restrictions, after all, and even more expensive electricity
The caretaker government is reluctant to implement its own anti-pandemic plan, fearing a backlash from business and the public
Kapital Insights and Friedrich Naumann Foundation present "The Chronicles of the Infodemic"
Lucy Irvine’s year on a desert island once featured in a hit movie - now her LIFE organization fights for animal welfare.
The Week: Borissov is defeated, now what; an e-car maker (eventually) arrives and still no sign from Brussels
Fighter jets and politics, Bulgaria turning into Belgium, 8 billion leva in state gifts
Inadequate resources, an ageing fighter fleet, criminally few flying hours for pilots and poor training - just some of the problems plaguing the Bulgarian Air Force
These actions represent the largest single act of sanctions in the history of the Magnitsky Act, targeting these three individuals and their networks encompassing 64 enterprises for "significant corruption"