Two drug distributors - Sopharma Trading and Phoenix Pharma - crossed the BGN 1 billion mark for the first time in 2022
Who’s going to run the cities, is there a Recovery Plan at all, what is a Russian-born oligarch doing in Plovdiv
The Ukraine war has pushed the turnover of the companies in the K100 ranking to BGN 132 billion, or 60% up on the year before
Unicredit Bulbank ranks first in Capital’s ranking, displacing the other traditional champion DSK from the top
Traders and producers of wheat, corn, sunflower grow revenue more than 54%
The sector grew by 13% on average in 2021, with total sales reaching 10.7 billion levs
Capital Weekly’s 2022 ranking of the 100 largest companies in Bulgaria shows that giants’ earnings soared by 38% in 2021, with firms from the energy, fuels, grains and metals sectors at the helm
Parties lying low on big issues before vote, Energy Minister shifts stance on LNG and why do people from the "Yellow Cobblestones" cry?
Traffic is growing, but Bulgaria lacks the necessary infrastructure and organization to handle it
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
The unexpected digital champion of the state, how Zelensky saved Bulgaria’s government and flights to Skopje are in danger
Village life resuscitated, Zelensky finds fighting formula for our coalition and short-haul flights are in jeopardy
Network speed in the country was the fourth fastest in the world in 2009, yet now it ranks 53rd. Why?
Total revenue of the top 50 fastest-growing companies rose by 87% in 2020
The garment industry has been hit hard by the Covid closures that affected over 100,000 workers in the sector in Bulgaria.
The sector as a whole performs well, but the champion is sunflower oil production
Express Service inherited 155 years of experience in train maintenance and construction and entered the XXI century with more powerful, greener machines
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 story of one of many government-built arenas designed not to support sport, but to boost friendly infrastructure companies
Caretaker Finance Minister Assen Vassilev has said his team will look into the dealings of all firms that benefited significantly from public procurement and subsidies from the previous government