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Greece could soon devour Bulgaria’s energy market and industry

Greece could soon devour Bulgaria’s energy market and industry

Bulgaria's slow green transition could lead to dire economic consequences, while Athens is ready to take over


How the Dutch got too good at farming

How the Dutch got too good at farming

A small, fertiliser-rich country sniffs the limits of its old model



The redesigning of the 8 billion euros agricultural subsidies plan

The redesigning of the 8 billion euros agricultural subsidies plan

The changes are triggered by the low interest shown in certain programs.


Largest food and beverage producers in Bulgaria: Sunflower stars emerge

Largest food and beverage producers in Bulgaria: Sunflower stars emerge

Loads of different players from the beer, meat, sunflower and sweets sectors make up the top 50 ranking


An academy for shepherds

An academy for shepherds

Due to the great interest in the course, the owner of the Po Todorovi Koshari farm Todor Georgiev will be organizing a second edition in November


Top Livestock Producers: Riding the Wave of Soaring Prices

Top Livestock Producers: Riding the Wave of Soaring Prices

Last year brought a surge in output and prices



Turning low-carbon farming into a source of income

Turning low-carbon farming into a source of income

MEPs call on Brussels to figure out how to monetize the future certification scheme for farmers whose farms absorb carbon dioxide


The week: To leave or not to leave, that’s Lukoil’s question

The week: To leave or not to leave, that’s Lukoil’s question

Russian oil derogation shenanigans, Bulgarian PISA tower crumbles, good times for bankers and farmers


The biggest agricultural companies: In the fields of war

The biggest agricultural companies: In the fields of war

Bulgarian grain growers and retailers earned higher revenues and profits in 2022, but face tough seasons ahead


Where did the Bulgarian tomato disappear to?

Where did the Bulgarian tomato disappear to?

How the country turned into a net importer of tomatoes after being a top exporter during the socialist period



Oliva leads the food and beverage sector

Oliva leads the food and beverage sector

In 2021 food and beverage manufacturers reached their pre-Covid business levels. This year, it’s inflation that is upsetting the market


Aurubis Bulgaria investing 120 million euro to boost copper cathode production

Aurubis Bulgaria investing 120 million euro to boost copper cathode production

The company will process all its anodes locally after commissioning its refinery’s expansion in the second half of 2026


Renalfa buys Bulgaria’s second largest wind farm

Renalfa buys Bulgaria’s second largest wind farm

Bulgaria's unexplored wind potential remains appealing



Radev’s energy strategy for the next 30 years: 120 billion for dubious megaprojects

Radev’s energy strategy for the next 30 years: 120 billion for dubious megaprojects

The caretaker cabinet’s grand vision for Bulgarian energy is full of questionable choices


Chaira Pumped Storage Hydro Power Plant: the long story behind an accident

Chaira Pumped Storage Hydro Power Plant: the long story behind an accident

The plant is the largest pumped storage facility in the region