The Week: Dirty photos from a dirty past, A certificate you can’t travel with, Burgas port is for sale
K Insights 12/11: elections are upon us, polluted air also
The country’s largest companies reached record-breaking profit margins in the pandemic year
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
Bulgaria’s biggest companies were only mildly hit by the coronavirus. Total revenue of the top 100 firms decreased by just 7% in 2020.
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: Kicking the coal can down the road, the Blagoevgrad election test and getting closer to the Euro
Bulgaria says no to transition from coal, Peevski peeves MRF and Bulgarian high-tech startups on a roll
The week: Bulgaria's pirate bay, a teenager investigates a minister, Trifonov breaks silence ...to say nothing
K Insights 18/06: Zaev comes and goes, exports keep on rising
This summer’s elections come amidst a flurry of domestic revelations and international sanctions, but will likely reproduce the spring’s fractured parliament - the big question is if the scales may tip further towards change
The week: Kings of corruption named, Fresh start looms, 5 companies got 400 million euro from the budget
K insights 04/06: budget swings back to negative, Sin Cars get funding
These actions represent the largest single act of sanctions in the history of the Magnitsky Act, targeting these three individuals and their networks encompassing 64 enterprises for "significant corruption"
The governments of Boyko Borissov promised reform, but instead created an apparatus for extortion and clientelism
Over the past 15 years, professional football has turned into a closed system of interests, mired in corruption scandals and deteriorating quality. This might be finally coming to an end.
Relatively high voter turnout and mobilization of Bulgarian voters abroad ushered in a fragmented parliament with at least three new anti-status quo forces