Bulgaria: No Territorial transition plans, no EU billions for coal transition
The caretaker government’s decision to link territorial plans submission with Recovery Plan negotiation puts at risk 1.2 billion in funding for three regions transitioning away from coal
How did Bulgaria get so expensive?
Record costs of essential foods have been driven by uncertainty in the supply chain, speculation, rising wages and inelastic demand
Euroins’ woes in Romania
Eurohold Bulgaria, the parent company of insurer Euroins Romania, has said officials of Romania’s Financial Supervisory Authority (ASF) might be involved in a coordinated raiding attack on its business
No Euro in 2024: Why did Bulgaria give up trying to join the eurozone next year?
Parliament’s failure to adopt 4 key pieces of legislation, a purposeful abstention from the amendment of the Insurance code and high inflation will delay currency union entry
The week: The public shaming of Sofia continues, Record wage growth, A slap from across the Danube
K Insights Weekly Newsletter 17/02
Bulgarian banks’ profit hits record 2 billion levs in 2022
The banking sector posts the strongest growth in all segments since the global crisis
How Bulgaria took a step back with the euro
The unvoted amendment to the Insurance Code blocks Bulgaria's entry into the eurozone
Housing loans in Bulgaria rank among the EU’s cheapest
Over-liquidity at local banks and the BNB’s policy ease the ECB tightening
Nexo co-founders and executives charged as an organized crime group in Bulgaria
Charges ignite political firestorm in the country, while the company continues to operate worldwide
What’s to come: key developments to anticipate in Bulgaria this year
Dates and events to follow in 2023
Rents going up more slowly than housing prices
Home rents increase, following the rise in mortgage payments, incomes and inflation.
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%
Russian-owned Lukoil will pay tax in Bulgaria - but with conditions
Lukoil's future in Bulgaria is uncertain, however, Bulgaria's oil dependence on Russia cannot be escaped easily
The week: The hypocrisy of the Dutch, The Paper coalition and you can speed for free here
K Insights look at what's going on for the week
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 top ten owners of office buildings in Sofia
They own 600 thousand square meters of offices in Sofia or half of the total available 1.24 million square meters of class A areas in the capital.