In spite of its infrastructure woes and the lack of large new investments, Varna remains a point of interest and a city full of subdued energy. It’s time to release that energy and support it.
The Gepard ranking of the most dynamic small or mid-sized companies in Bulgaria in 2017 comprises more enterprises that at any time over the past four years
The story of the biggest construction company in Bulgaria is a showcase of local business practices
There are enough signals that Bulgaria is on the verge of joining the illiberal camp of Hungary and Poland in the EU, yet the government dare not take the final step
Anti-liberal nativism is the new black on the Bulgarian political scene and this could cause serious trouble after the upcoming elections.
The Cooperation and Verification Mechanism designed to improve the judiciary has had no chance of generating meaningful reform in Rоmania and Bulgaria
Western Europe’s protectionist measures are a major issue for long-haul cargo carriers
Bulgaria’s political establishment has demonstrated yet again that no business can be run in Bulgaria without their blessing
After the sector shrunk by four banks in the last five years, at least two more sales and a merger are expected before year-end.
Narrowing margins, a result of negative interest rates and stringent regulations, make smaller banks less and less profitable
Eastern European EU members are slowly but steadily converging with the richer European states
Bulgaria did not finish its presidency of the Council of EU with a new shiny image as many had hoped but it proved it can run the bloc’s day-to-day affairs
The end of the Council of EU Presidency, the cabinet is already shaking, Desislava Ivancheva, the Bulgarian judiciary
An allegedly secessionist call brings to surface the plight of the poorest region in the EU
How has hybrid propaganda so easily penetrated Bulgaria’s social space and what does this mean for society and democracy within Bulgaria?
Moskow plays an oportunistic role on the Balkans, it is not agenda-setter