58% of local government tenders and almost 65% of the money, or nearly half a billion levs, are distributed through controversial auctions
Parties lying low on big issues before vote, Energy Minister shifts stance on LNG and why do people from the "Yellow Cobblestones" cry?
The debacle over the implementation of the TETRA communication equipment project threatens the allocation of 2.6 billion euro worth of EU money for Sofia
EPP’s selective vision of graft in Bulgaria, Deadly police corruption and some good business news
The country has built a good reputation on account of its digital infrastructure, low costs and technical talent, but it’s still being overtaken
The Bulgarian company started the first nitrile-glove production in Europe and is aimed at taking up the leadership position in the sector
Over the next 7 to 9 years, the country is set to receive up to 27 billion euros. The big question is their destination
On its second day in office, the new Bulgarian cabinet announced a course towards "containment of the chaos and destruction" in the energy sector. This might well translate as a pivot to Moscow
Who’s who in the caretaker cabinet of Galab Donev and what is at stake for them - and Bulgaria - in the next three months
The week: "Year Zero" for anti-corruption, new cabinet or new elections, the quick end of the Gemcorp memorandum
Captured state fights back, gas storage slowly fills up and a skyscraper that is not
Kapital Insights sheds light on the main points of the controversial memorandum signed by the two investment funds and the government
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine might finally prompt the rearmament of Bulgaria’s military which has all but stalled in the past three decades
Without Parliament failing to adopt the relevant legislation, funds under the Recovery Plan will remain blocked.