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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


Bulgaria enters Schengen area by air and sea

Bulgaria enters Schengen area by air and sea

What does this mean for the country?



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


The week: The trick with the migrant scare

The week: The trick with the migrant scare

Don’t let the news fool you, How flat should a tax be, and a Bishop dreams of heading the Church


Solar Strife: Property Battles Raging Beneath PV Park in Bulgaria

Solar Strife: Property Battles Raging Beneath PV Park in Bulgaria

Residents of the villages of Sbor and Apriltsi in the Pazardzhik region claim that their lands have been expropriated by a company owned by Ginka Varbakova. There are also more than 20 complaints filed with the prosecution.


DIY chains: another boom in sales

DIY chains: another boom in sales

Bulgaria’s top five retailers project further revenue growth in 2023 after a strong 2022


Fruit and vegetables: Top firms’ incomes rise, yet problems remain

Fruit and vegetables: Top firms’ incomes rise, yet problems remain

In 2022, the total revenues of the 10 largest companies in the sector exceeded 95 million levs


Sofia expanding with two new residential and commercial areas opposite the Business Park

Sofia expanding with two new residential and commercial areas opposite the Business Park

Owners of restituted land situated in green spaces in existing neigbourhoods will be able to construct residential and office buildings in specially designated new zones



Greece could soon devour Bulgaria’s energy market and industry

Greece could soon devour Bulgaria’s energy market and industry

Bulgaria's slow green transition could lead to dire economic consequences, while Athens is ready to take over



How the Dutch got too good at farming

How the Dutch got too good at farming

A small, fertiliser-rich country sniffs the limits of its old model


Industrial cooldown, slower business growth and less VAT collected: 2023 at a glance

Industrial cooldown, slower business growth and less VAT collected: 2023 at a glance

Global events hit the financial performance of public companies, shrink factory production and effectively cut down state revenue



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


The week: Going nuclear (again)

The week: Going nuclear (again)

The new Bulgarian mega-dream, eurozone delayed, Nexo comes back with a vengeance


Bulgaria’s new factories in 2023: Part II (The North)

Bulgaria’s new factories in 2023: Part II (The North)

Compared to previous years, projects are now equally distributed between southern and northern Bulgaria.


Bulgaria’s new factories in 2023: Part I (The South)

Bulgaria’s new factories in 2023: Part I (The South)

The value of the 15 biggest projects in the industrial sector reached BGN 4.4 bln in 2023