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Daniel Lorer: Bulgaria will look for, not wait for investments

Daniel Lorer: Bulgaria will look for, not wait for investments

The Minister of growth and innovation of Bulgaria says corruption is the biggest problem


That's a "No" Skopje, the storm of the vaccinated anti-vaxxers and lights are off at the end of the tunnel

That's a "No" Skopje, the storm of the vaccinated anti-vaxxers and lights are off at the end of the tunnel

Radev keeps the reigns of N. Macedonia policy, the rise of the (jabbed) anti-vaxers and bye-bye to Sotir Tsatsarov


How Bulgaria’s internet slowed down

How Bulgaria’s internet slowed down

Network speed in the country was the fourth fastest in the world in 2009, yet now it ranks 53rd. Why?


Businesses in Bulgaria see 2021 slightly better than 2020 but worries remain

Businesses in Bulgaria see 2021 slightly better than 2020 but worries remain

Lack of liquidity remains the biggest problem for companies, according to the traditional BIA survey


Bulgarian National Radio has something important to tell you

Bulgarian National Radio has something important to tell you

The radio is key in the fight for press freedom but two years of leadership crisis have distracted it from its purpose


The week: New cabinet gets 1 day’s tolerance; what to do with the Prosecutor-General; go ski!

The week: New cabinet gets 1 day’s tolerance; what to do with the Prosecutor-General; go ski!

K insights 17/12: How not to run a parliament, and why "Yes, Minister" is a must-see


After seven months, Bulgaria gets a regular cabinet

After seven months, Bulgaria gets a regular cabinet

Kiril Petkov will lead the coalition gov’t of four parties, promising judicial reform, zero corruption and untapping the country’s economic potential


A gift for 25 million levs, a new financial overlord and a very wealthy referee

A gift for 25 million levs, a new financial overlord and a very wealthy referee

For-sale municipalities, a coalition is born, growth turns out to be 4%


Bulgaria’s Metrilo sells business to France’s Sendinblue

Bulgaria’s Metrilo sells business to France’s Sendinblue

The customer analytics and intelligent marketing company is valued at some 2.6 mln euro


A call to action: a National Plan for Cardiovascular Health is urgently needed

A call to action: a National Plan for Cardiovascular Health is urgently needed

The experts have reached a consensus; the ball is now in the institutions’ court


Bulgaria explained: Why is the online banking so unpopular

Bulgaria explained: Why is the online banking so unpopular

Еvery Tuesday we look at the Eurostat regional yearbook statistics and explain some curious data on Bulgaria


Inside Nexo: one of the biggest crypto-banks in the world

Inside Nexo: one of the biggest crypto-banks in the world

The Bulgarian company claims to run 10 billion dollars in assets. Such growth comes with challenges


The biggest companies in sofware and fintech: Changing and growing

The biggest companies in sofware and fintech: Changing and growing

The year of the coronavirus has changed the fundamentals of Capital’s annual ranking in the IT sector, but three in four companies are still growing


The Bulgarian courier going into digital currency

The Bulgarian courier going into digital currency

Econt courier service provider is investing 5 million levs in an e-portfolio project


Ondo Solutions attracts 1-million-euro investment

Ondo Solutions attracts 1-million-euro investment

The Bulgarian farming solutions company will expand its business abroad




The week: Is Bulgaria the limp pig of EU regulation, coal is (still) here, minimum wage surpasses Montenegro

The week: Is Bulgaria the limp pig of EU regulation, coal is (still) here, minimum wage surpasses Montenegro

Also: New Parliament is up, as well as the new 12 bn. Leva Plan


Bulgaria was the European gate for NSO Group’s spying software

Bulgaria was the European gate for NSO Group’s spying software

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