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A Russian Oligarch’s Son and his Plovdiv Odyssey: Part II

A Russian Oligarch’s Son and his Plovdiv Odyssey: Part II

Two years after the arrival of Russian oligarch’s son Anton Zingarevich, the finances of the leading Plovdiv football club in Plovdiv are a mystery


The new anti-corruption law in Bulgaria: what you have to know and will it work this time around

The new anti-corruption law in Bulgaria: what you have to know and will it work this time around

The newly established anti-graft institution was approved by Parliament last Thursday, but it is already signposted with red flags




The week: How to revive the cities, 3 trends to follow, Varna’s polluted beaches

The week: How to revive the cities, 3 trends to follow, Varna’s polluted beaches

K Insights newsletter 01/09


Shift in Bulgaria's Real Estate Landscape: Deals Drop for Fourth Consecutive Quarter

Shift in Bulgaria's Real Estate Landscape: Deals Drop for Fourth Consecutive Quarter

Мortgage financing is playing a substantial role in the real estate market, with 54% of transactions in Sofia involving mortgages


Bulgaria's 2023 Budget: Salary Increases for Public Sector Workers

Bulgaria's 2023 Budget: Salary Increases for Public Sector Workers

Following an 11-hour session, Parliament approved various new expenditures, focusing on salary hikes.


Immigration instead of integration: where are the Roma and why it matters (part II)

Immigration instead of integration: where are the Roma and why it matters (part II)

Between 40 and 50% of the country's Roma community now work abroad, bringing money into the country - but the state does not care


Immigration instead of integration: how the Roma left Bulgaria (part I)

Immigration instead of integration: how the Roma left Bulgaria (part I)

Between 40 and 50% of the country's Roma community now work abroad, bringing money into the country - but the state does not care


A small victory in the battle to save rose oil

A small victory in the battle to save rose oil

A working group in the EU Council removed a controversial clause that required the strict regulation of essential oils as chemicals, but the final text of the legislation still pends approval


How Bulgaria’s pop stars started fighting the "gender" wars

How Bulgaria’s pop stars started fighting the "gender" wars

Although Bulgarian music often imitates Western trends, in recent times revered artists have tried to reconnect with their audiences by demonstrating mistrust in democracy and liberal values


The hidden Roma economy and what we lose by letting them go

The hidden Roma economy and what we lose by letting them go

We can't keep people from leaving - or data from leaking + a rock from the sky





Frans Timmermans: Мiners are extremely valuable for the energy transition

Frans Timmermans: Мiners are extremely valuable for the energy transition

The "father of the Green Deal" and Vice-President of the European Commission says that the earlier Bulgaria moves away from coal, the more successful it will be in its green transformation



Christophe Leclercq, EurActiv: A wave of consolidation in the media sector will be a game-changer

Christophe Leclercq, EurActiv: A wave of consolidation in the media sector will be a game-changer

A conversation with the founder of the leading EU news network about the merger with Mediahuis and European regulations of the media sector


The week: A coalition is (still) born, a mobster is killed, and a Booker is won

The week: A coalition is (still) born, a mobster is killed, and a Booker is won

K Insights newsletter 26/05