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The week: Entering the euro - what's love got to do with it

The week: Entering the euro - what's love got to do with it

Trust and the Euro, How to make money disappear, Customs in disarray


How the Half-Baked Constitutional Changes Brought Back GERB

How the Half-Baked Constitutional Changes Brought Back GERB

And Other Problems with the Upcoming Early Vote


Interview | Paschal Donohoe: It is still possible for Bulgaria to join the euro in 2025

Interview | Paschal Donohoe: It is still possible for Bulgaria to join the euro in 2025

Political stability and inflation are the two main challenges, says the President of the Eurogroup


The week: No country for the old

The week: No country for the old

The young have made it through, The rotation is now a centrifuge, Bulgarian football goes for old



Largest food and beverage producers in Bulgaria: Sunflower stars emerge

Largest food and beverage producers in Bulgaria: Sunflower stars emerge

Loads of different players from the beer, meat, sunflower and sweets sectors make up the top 50 ranking


Economic Trends That Will Impact Bulgaria in 2024

Economic Trends That Will Impact Bulgaria in 2024

Four leading Bulgarian economists highlight the most significant trends of 2023.


The week: 3 focal points to watch out for post-Schengen

The week: 3 focal points to watch out for post-Schengen

Bulgaria gets a half-Schengen, Peevski gets a half party, and something awful is going on in the police



The week: Varna’s promise, Sofia’s divide, WCC's suspicious Brussels move, BG Football's dictator moment

The week: Varna’s promise, Sofia’s divide, WCC's suspicious Brussels move, BG Football's dictator moment

K insights newsletter: 10.11


Bulgaria’s least indebted 50 companies in 2022

Bulgaria’s least indebted 50 companies in 2022

The average debt-to-asset ratio remains near 50%, narrowing slightly


KInsights’ local election guide: What to watch out for

KInsights’ local election guide: What to watch out for

The upcoming vote will be a test for established and rising parties alike, and might lead to redistribution of power at national level


Bulgarian housing prices soar as Eurozone ones fall for the first time in years

Bulgarian housing prices soar as Eurozone ones fall for the first time in years

Records double-digit growth of prices fueled by a housing loan boom meets plummeting demand


Why investment activity in Bulgaria is so slow

Why investment activity in Bulgaria is so slow

Low investment rates limit the country’s long-term potential for economic growth


The week: More than one storm brewing in the Black Sea, Brussels’ pressure and TurkStream revelations

The week: More than one storm brewing in the Black Sea, Brussels’ pressure and TurkStream revelations

Bulgaria, where natural catastrophes meet ungovernability


What’s next for Bulgaria’s coal power plans?

What’s next for Bulgaria’s coal power plans?

The government is preparing a final recovery plan proposal and is now planning to close 800 MW of coal-fired capacity and limit the capacity of Maritsa East TPPS by 30%




To Euro or not to Euro: What is happening with the adoption of the common EU currency in Bulgaria

To Euro or not to Euro: What is happening with the adoption of the common EU currency in Bulgaria

All you need to know - from Vazrazhdane’s referendum to Assen Vassilev’s parallel currency idea


Bulgaria's housing prices soar ten times faster than the EU average

Bulgaria's housing prices soar ten times faster than the EU average

Low-interest mortgage loans and inflation are the main drivers