Bulgaria’s anti-inflation measures: chaos and populism
The government will spend 2 billion levs on populist measures without targeting the most vulnerable groups in society
Where are the Ukrainian refugees heading to?
Bulgaria faces the uphill task of having to find accommodation for 60,000 refugees currently in seaside hotels whose owners want to kick off their summer holiday season. Integrating them in society and in the labor market are now pressing priorities
Strange protests and even stranger anti-inflation measures, plus the new owner of the Maritza Iztok - 3 coal power plant
Protest for the sake of protesting, Italian soldiers are welcomed and a new owner for the second largest TPP in Bulgaria
The office is changing, OfficeRnD is expanding
The Bulgarian company for managing co-working spaces raised 10 million dollars on a valuation around 50 million dollars
E-government: Time for an update
The new government plans radical digitalization of Bulgarian bureaucracy in its first year
Five Bulgarian cities considering introduction of low-emission zones
Sofia plans to introduce low-emission zones in December 2022.
The Russians are here! (again), The Macedonians are not, and (almost) everyone leaves Burgas
The silent cyber-war, flights & fights with a neighbor, go easy with the Energy regulator
That's a "No" Skopje, the storm of the vaccinated anti-vaxxers and lights are off at the end of the tunnel
Radev keeps the reigns of N. Macedonia policy, the rise of the (jabbed) anti-vaxers and bye-bye to Sotir Tsatsarov
The week: New cabinet gets 1 day’s tolerance; what to do with the Prosecutor-General; go ski!
K insights 17/12: How not to run a parliament, and why "Yes, Minister" is a must-see
18 steps to government: What did the parties decide after a week of negotiations?
Cabinet talks led by election winner We Continue the Change run smoother than the previous two attempts, but difficult steps still have to be taken
The battle for Sofia, Peevski is back and other things to look out for in the elections
These are some of the more interesting faces and constituencies to look out for in the upcoming 14 November elections
Inside Nexo: one of the biggest crypto-banks in the world
The Bulgarian company claims to run 10 billion dollars in assets. Such growth comes with challenges
The week: The problem with online banking, new players enter the political arena and 6 billion euros await
Dogan is nowhere to be found, trouble brews for Kristalina Georgieva
Quite a day: New caretaker gov’t, new elections and a new challenger
The second cabinet appointed by President Radev this year is notable mostly for its absentees - Finance and Economy ministers Vassilev and Petkov, who will now be entering the political fray
The silent gas war Russia is winning
After decades of dictating the natural gas imports in Bulgaria, the Russians are intent on entering the internal market and reshaping the sector