For the first time, the yearly Gepard ranking of most dynamic small and midsize enterprises in Bulgaria by Capital comprises more than 2200 companies. They have increased their revenues by more than 30% in 2018.
Revenues in the sector continued growing in 2018, albeit at a slower pace
Bulgaria’s first mine since the end of communism starts operating with a $165 million investment by Canada’s Dundee Precious Metals
The revenue of the fastest growing 50 companies in Bulgaria rose 66% yoy on average in 2018
Bulgarian exports rose at a nominally disappointing annual rate in 2018 but goods sold abroad have become more specialized
Bulgaria's biggest private, domestically-owned lender – Fibank, reinforces its balance sheet, bracing for the ECB's asset quality review
Two-thirds of the largest investment projects are in Northern Bulgaria. The top investor is Germany
It is now clear that euro zone membership has improved the economic performance of new member states
The high prices of non-ferrous metals, the introduction of new products and anti-dumping tariffs on steel imports produced a two-digit rise in revenue
Sofia received a formal promise to join the euro, but it will need to follow a longer procedure in comparison with earlier applicants
The business of the 50 fastest-growing companies expands by 47% on average in 2017.
Bulgarian exports of capital goods are on the rise but without fresh investments the sector will soon reach its limits
The K100 ranking features more manufacturing and high-tech companies compared to 2006
The growth champions are in the sectors of machine and equipment manufacturing, high tech and foods, as well as trade and textiles
Growth is driven mainly by higher prices and volumes of oil and copper products sold to non-EU countries