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The pandemic practically froze the M&A market. Buyers are still mostly local faces
Ten years ago, business collapsed as a result of the global financial crisis; survivors now enter into a new hard season By Tedy Vasileva
As many as 10% of the companies in the 2008 ranking have disappeared since then but half of the remaining businesses are twice the size they were a decade ago
The bulgarian tobacco holding controlled by Delyan Peevski has closed all production units but the authorities see no problem
KRIB has become a quasi-state structure under the chairmanship of Kiril Domuschiev
The business of the 100 largest Bulgarian companies has expanded by a third in 10 years, the 2018 edition of Capital Top 100 ranking shows, with production facilities being the motors of growth.
Bulgaria’s political establishment has demonstrated yet again that no business can be run in Bulgaria without their blessing
Yet another year of economic growth facilitated investment in new production capacities
Bulgartabac as a case-study in the effects of Bulgaria's politically entangled privatization process: How Delyan Peevski managed to transform the one-time tobacco giant into a midget despite massive state support.
The K100 ranking features more manufacturing and high-tech companies compared to 2006
Nominated by Ataka, rose in the ranks under GERB, endorsed the privatization of Bulgartabac by Delyan Peevski - these are the career highlights of the new Economy Minister
Yanevagate: The "Rotten apples" of the Bulgarian judiciary. Bai Hui, where are your basic manners? KTB files