Most Dynamic: Grain, Manufacturing, Road Construction
The revenues of the 50 fastest growing companies increased by an average of 56% in 2019, with the largest companies growing particularly fast.
Who owns Bulgaria’s beaches?
Beach concessions remain reserved territory for selected players - mainly people said to have been connected with mafia-style structures in the past and owners of big hotel chains
Eyes wide shut (no more?)
The EU faces a conundrum: either get tough on Boyko Borissov or accept his "Orban lite" model
What’s in it for Bulgaria in the EU’s Green Deal?
Bulgaria’s government is underwhelmed by the European Commission’s attempts to further increase EU climate change mitigation goals
Launched as a party fighting for the political representation of Bulgaria’s ethnic Turks, the Movement for Rights and Freedoms has morphed into a quasi-business organization quietly pulling strings behind the scenes
No water to clean the garbage
Many Bulgarian towns live on water rationing and next to piles of imported waste because of intentional neglect by the authorities.
Bulgaria’s Bright Side: When smart ideas turn into business
World makers & Business full of beans & Bulgarian pasta in Darlington
Farewell to wires
With labor costs rising, wire harness manufacturers are moving to cheaper destinations
History is not always a good guide
How historical disagreements between Bulgaria and North Macedonia overshadowed common geopolitical goals
Keep your Americans close and your Russians closer
Prime Minister Borissov met President Trump in an attempt to align the energy and security interests of the two countries, but trod carefully so as not to infringe upon Russian interests in Bulgaria.
Seventeen moments of autumn
The recent spate of "spying scandals" involving Russian diplomats and the leader of Bulgaria’s National Russophile Movement Nickolay Malinov are more reminiscent of a bad Soviet-era joke rather than a real espionage drama
Top 25 in the fuel sector: The largest companies are at a crossroads
The sector performed well in 2018 but key challenges lie ahead – the Sofia Airport concession, the EU decision on trucks and the introduction of the toll tax in Bulgaria
Why doesn’t VW want to park in Bulgaria?
Europe’s largest automaker, Volkswagen, has yet to decide where to build its new production facility but Turkey seems favorite
Perestroika at Lukoil Bulgaria
Valentin Zlatev has been replaced after 20 years at the helm of the Russian company’s operations in the Balkan country
Bulgaria’s ‘No’ leaves Brussels unimpressed
Many in Eastern Europe perceive changes to the EU’s road haulage legislation as yet another attempt to prevent companies in new member states from reaping the full benefits of the single market
Boyko Borissov is stirred; but not yet shаken
Expectations that the May 2019 European Parliament elections would trigger a dramatic crisis of confidence in Bulgaria’s ruling GERB party following the real estate scandal did not materialize
Macedonia's new name could teach Bulgaria a thing or two
Sofia is unhappy that its role in the untying of the Macedonian-Greek Gordian knot has been ignored