The week: The private border of Bulgaria and the EU, are we still on track for the euro and a stellar year for banks (so far)
K Insights 03/06: what happened with the refugees
Rented office space increased, but vacant area reached a historic peak
Should the fixed income market turn out to be correct once again, and should recession loom, inflation talk will not only cease but we will yearn for a return to price growth once businesses collapse and unemployment soars
Lower impairment costs, decreased contributions to guarantee funds and the credit moratorium boosted annual profit by 600 million levs
The week: It's all going well if you are a bank, but not if you're a mayor, and a small village has a big waste problem
The honeymoon ends fast for the new government, economic optimism rises
The last 8 billion levs of loans under credit repayment moratorium return to regular servicing
The garment industry has been hit hard by the Covid closures that affected over 100,000 workers in the sector in Bulgaria.
Last year was strong for gold and copper yields, but the output of other metal producers fell. Despite the pandemic-induced crisis net sales of the sector’s leading firms are up
The Bulgarian company claims to run 10 billion dollars in assets. Such growth comes with challenges
Econt courier service provider is investing 5 million levs in an e-portfolio project
Sofia office market added 100, 000 sqm in the second quarter of 2021 and the overall vacancy rate reached 14.3%
Bulgaria’s biggest companies were only mildly hit by the coronavirus. Total revenue of the top 100 firms decreased by just 7% in 2020.
The week: No EU money and other risks for Bulgaria, No new head of BNB (for now), and a whole new fascist to worry about
K Insights 27/08: Bulgaria’s risky autumn, where do we invest and Sofia is great in tech
Old faces, new falls from grace and a BMW you can buy cheap
The story of one of many government-built arenas designed not to support sport, but to boost friendly infrastructure companies
The number of companies that ceased operations in the first four months of 2021 rose by 15% year-on-year. Meanwhile, newly registered firms are also increasing.
Through the local company Circles, the Israelis received an export permit for their product, which can be used to eavesdrop on human rights activists, journalists, dissidents, and politicians