The week: Is Bulgaria the limp pig of EU regulation, coal is (still) here, minimum wage surpasses Montenegro
Also: New Parliament is up, as well as the new 12 bn. Leva Plan
The Week: Kicking the coal can down the road, the Blagoevgrad election test and getting closer to the Euro
Bulgaria says no to transition from coal, Peevski peeves MRF and Bulgarian high-tech startups on a roll
The Bulgarian economy may return to pre-crisis growth rates as early as the fourth quarter of 2021 but the recovery process is uneven
In 2019, Bulgarian authorities proposed to abolish the scheme granting citizenship in exchange for investment in the country. A year later, they’ve decided to expand it
A big plan that bets on hydrogen and solar, 100 million euro losses per week and how to get Bulgarians to vaccinate
K Insights 12/02: April will be very busy, and coming up: new debt and a 5000 hp supercar
The European Anti-Fraud office has threatened charges in connection with 6 mln.euro procurement in Sofia. This shows both the potential and the failings of OLAF.
All companies in Bulgaria will buy electricity from the energy exchange from now on
The local economy continues to move in sync with European trends, while opportunities for reforms slowly dwindle
The European Commission decided that 13 years of tutoring without progress are enough
The biggest companies in the sector increased their revenue by over 1 billion levs in 2018
The grain business thrived, as the good harvest and higher prices brought in more revenue.
The portfolio of Mariya Gabriel comes with vast responsibilities and a considerable budget but no political weight.
Even though three Bulgarians were considered for four of the five top positions in the EU institutions, in the end Sofia got a second-tier spot in the European Commission.