Corruption is bad for business, Tony Blair is here to help and NATO steps in for the infrastructure
Four leading Bulgarian economists highlight the most significant trends of 2023.
Finance ministry targets 3.2% GDP growth, sees inflation at 4.8%
The deal for the paid TV operator had sparked a heated dispute between the telcos
The week: Varna’s promise, Sofia’s divide, WCC's suspicious Brussels move, BG Football's dictator moment
K insights newsletter: 10.11
The average debt-to-asset ratio remains near 50%, narrowing slightly
What Plovdiv teaches us about Bulgaria, 50 Shades of grey money, and some horror (thankfully, on the screen)
Lower imports dent VAT revenues, extra spending is allocated to agriculture
Why Stara Zagora is no Yorkshire, what the hell is happening on the housing market and a Bright Mind
Two years after the arrival of Russian oligarch’s son Anton Zingarevich, the finances of the leading Plovdiv football club in Plovdiv are a mystery
Anton Zingarevich, the son of a Russian billionaire, has reduced several sports clubs worldwide to ruin. Now Botev Plovdiv is on the line.
Finance Minister Assen Vassilev presented the framework of his plan for the state finances, which should be ready at the beginning of July