Bulgaria has a real chance to become one of six new members of the "club of mostly rich countries" soon
This week: Bulgaria finally sets foot on three seas, Elections are here (again) and how to lose 550 million on gambling
An e-car maker might land in Lovetch, you can fly to Varna
The Week: Troubles in the Black Sea, not a nice time to be a Bulgarian neighbor, Capital sells covers on an NFT auction
The Three seas in Sofia; No date for North Macedonia, welcome to the Rhodope mountain train
How to spend secretly 100 million euro in Sofia; a breath of fresh air in the Parliament; exports are back on track
KInsights 17/04: A Russian billionaire in Sofia, a feisty old lady in the Parliament and the 6 billion euro everyone is talking about
The chances of an impending recession are slim, the country’s forecast looks good compared to rising pessimism in Europe
For the first time, the yearly Gepard ranking of most dynamic small and midsize enterprises in Bulgaria by Capital comprises more than 2200 companies. They have increased their revenues by more than 30% in 2018.
The economy has grown, industry is turning towards higher technology, but reforms have stagnated, hindering the country’s potential
Even though three Bulgarians were considered for four of the five top positions in the EU institutions, in the end Sofia got a second-tier spot in the European Commission.
Bulgaria’s second largest city is co-hosting the European capital of culture in 2019. These are some of the program’s highlights
A look into why China is not that interested in Bulgaria as its next big foreign investment destination
In a verbal spat between General Rumen Radev, a former fighter pilot, and General Boyko Borissov, a former fireman, the rarely mentioned name of business mogul Delyan Peevski emerged but that may not amount to much
Prime Minister Boyko Borissov’s third term will be marked by a foreign policy push he will use to dampen criticism against his domestic agenda