The week: The land of the wanna-bes, illegal migration makes a bloody comeback, an ex-mayor goes to prison and a singer squats
Dreams and realities, fences and guns, boxers and singers
Guns for Ukraine - it’s official, sort of; Still no government in sight, a nuclear reactor is shut off
The decisive month for Bulgaria, how we lost tens of millions on a highway, and whom did Stoichkov meet?
GDP growth for 2021 was 7.6% and not 4.2%, the NSI acknowledges silently almost a year after
The week: Numbers and why we should love them, elections and census results are out and Schengen maybe?
K insights 07/10: And I guess that’s why they call it the (post-election) blues
Reality is back with a vengeance, GDP keeps growing, and our Real Estate report is out
The Director and Country Head for Bulgaria of the leading global asset management company talks to KInsights
Kiril Petkov’s government suddenly collapses when it delves into the issue of a shady business operating on the border with Turkey for over a decade.
Alternatives to "normal" office spaces have emerged from the last two years stronger than ever and are popping up all over Bulgaria
The plant is the largest pumped storage facility in the region
The country has built a good reputation on account of its digital infrastructure, low costs and technical talent, but it’s still being overtaken
The Bulgarian company started the first nitrile-glove production in Europe and is aimed at taking up the leadership position in the sector
Many Bulgarian businesses want to add photovoltaic systems to reduce their own electricity bills – what are their options?
Awaiting the start of modernization of Bulgarian Land Forces, Anton Stefov’s IAG plans production in the country
An unprecedented diplomatic row between Russia and Bulgaria as the latter plunged into a political crisis
The week: "Year Zero" for anti-corruption, new cabinet or new elections, the quick end of the Gemcorp memorandum
Captured state fights back, gas storage slowly fills up and a skyscraper that is not
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine might finally prompt the rearmament of Bulgaria’s military which has all but stalled in the past three decades
In 2022, the country’s energy sector will begin a process of massive transformation, which promises to be dictated by business rather than politicians