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The week: The two types of entrepreneurs, How Nexo affected politics, Bulgaria cashes in on the markets

The week: The two types of entrepreneurs, How Nexo affected politics, Bulgaria cashes in on the markets

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Recap: VCs and startups in 2022

Recap: VCs and startups in 2022

Bulgarian private equity firms and startups have continued to evolve in the past year, despite worldwide economic concerns


Bulgarian economy to slow down in 2023

Bulgarian economy to slow down in 2023

Institutions don’t bet on a recession in their forecasts for 2023 but there are problems


Biggest pharma companies’ revenue grows 10% in 2021

Biggest pharma companies’ revenue grows 10% in 2021

Leaders Sopharma Trading and Phoenix approach a turnover of billion levs each


The largest metal producers: Aurubis remains on top, steel producers grow the most

The largest metal producers: Aurubis remains on top, steel producers grow the most

Appreciation of metals prices increased company earnings by 33% in 2021, but forecasts for 2022 are less optimistic


Schengen is shut, Bulgaria needs brain surgeon and which are the country’s biggest businesses

Schengen is shut, Bulgaria needs brain surgeon and which are the country’s biggest businesses

Gov’t mandate roulette kicks off, Boyko is the (old) Messi, K100 business ranking now in English


KInsights Special Report: The K100 ranking of Bulgaria’s largest firms

KInsights Special Report: The K100 ranking of Bulgaria’s largest firms

Giants grow even bigger, with profit margins and revenues expanding at unprecedented rates


The most dynamic, the most profitable and the companies with the most employees in Bulgaria

The most dynamic, the most profitable and the companies with the most employees in Bulgaria

Profitability of the largest companies in Bulgaria continues to improve in 2021, while revenues of the fastest-growing large firms jump to an unprecedented 144%


The week: the train problem, the Austrian surprise and the Russian oil

The week: the train problem, the Austrian surprise and the Russian oil

Trains, cities, and Elon Musk in the Northwest


Dangerous games with state money

Dangerous games with state money

The caretaker cabinet unveiled shocking expectations for high deficit and debt bills in the 2023 budget


A hidden fight "for" and "against" euro adoption dogs Bulgaria

A hidden fight "for" and "against" euro adoption dogs Bulgaria

Vazrazhdane turned a draft analysis about the impact of Eurozone entry by the National Bank into an attack on Bulgaria's renewed efforts to adopt the common currency from 2024


The housing market: the top is near

The housing market: the top is near

High demand and low supply drive prices up. War, weakening economies and rising mortgage rates may cool down the market


Demand for housing in Burgas is greater than supply

Demand for housing in Burgas is greater than supply

New construction projects now expand the city towards the mainland - and some of them are quite large


How Bulgarian economy grew 3.4% more last year without national statistics noticing

How Bulgarian economy grew 3.4% more last year without national statistics noticing

GDP growth for 2021 was 7.6% and not 4.2%, the NSI acknowledges silently almost a year after


The week: Fear not the political feuds, even when they tell you to on the TV

The week: Fear not the political feuds, even when they tell you to on the TV

The optimist theory for the economy, Parliament is stuck, President is happy, and the Dutch don’t like us



Gabrovo continues to promise good yields from properties

Gabrovo continues to promise good yields from properties

There are deals with one-bedroom apartments for renovation for about 70,000 BGN in the city center and about 55,000 BGN in the neighborhoods. However, the supply is very limited and is mostly socialist-era housing


The week: A few remarks before the new Parliament begins, how not to build highways, and an economist to follow

The week: A few remarks before the new Parliament begins, how not to build highways, and an economist to follow

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