The (very) strange Bulgarian housing market, a not so strange election and a bag of coke
K Insights newsletter 01/09
The investment in the largest such facility in Europe is assessed at some 500 million euro
They own 600 thousand square meters of offices in Sofia or half of the total available 1.24 million square meters of class A areas in the capital.
Festivals and concerts return to the country after two years of Covid
The emergence of the Regional Centre for Contemporary Arts "Toplotsentrala" in South Park has the potential to fan the flames of Sofia's cultural scene
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How Veliko Zhelev turned his Hidrostroy company into an empire
Inflated prices, low liquidity and the slowdown of the world economy have brought about a sharp decline of sales in Bulgaria
Boyko Borissov often boasts of the infrastructure improvements made during his tenure but the process is uneven and mired in inconsistencies and bad planning
Available space is expected to increase by 20% in the next three years
Pleven has many advantages: existing ones such as aviation training and medical education, and untapped ones like logistics and manufacturing
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.