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The week: A second private border?

The week: A second private border?

A private Schengen, Elections loom again, How hard is it to buy trains


A challenging year ahead: Bulgarian IT sector faces uncertain times

A challenging year ahead: Bulgarian IT sector faces uncertain times

A decade and a half of steady growth in the software industry is now at a crossroads


The rotation is coming: What’s next for the (non)coalition?

The rotation is coming: What’s next for the (non)coalition?

Despite shakeups, it appears that "the assemblage" of GERB and WCC-DB, backed by MRF, will soldier on after 6 March - with some slight recalibrations


The week: Brace, the rotation is coming

The week: Brace, the rotation is coming

The Suddenly-important Ministry, More Russian spies pop up, and Meta buys a company


The week: What a pyrolysis installation in Plovdiv teaches us about trust and business

The week: What a pyrolysis installation in Plovdiv teaches us about trust and business

Corruption is bad for business, Tony Blair is here to help and NATO steps in for the infrastructure




Bulgaria in 2023: The year in review

Bulgaria in 2023: The year in review

KInsights’ chronology of a turbulent year - and on what’s to come



IT entrepreneur Vasil Terziev is the new Sofia mayor. What does he propose?

IT entrepreneur Vasil Terziev is the new Sofia mayor. What does he propose?

His program suggests reforms geared towards transformation of Sofia's governance and infrastructure


Business meets government for the 17th time: what’s next for Bulgaria in 2024

Business meets government for the 17th time: what’s next for Bulgaria in 2024

Joining the Eurozone by the end of 2025 is "quite realistic," while the rotation cabinet might last more than 18 months, PM Nikolay Denkov told the conference organized by Capital


The week: Bulgaria's coal reckoning - this is not the 80's

The week: Bulgaria's coal reckoning - this is not the 80's

Why Stara Zagora is no Yorkshire, what the hell is happening on the housing market and a Bright Mind



Largest employers: IT and arms industry booming despite workforce shortage

Largest employers: IT and arms industry booming despite workforce shortage

With a staff of more than 230,000 in total, the 100 biggest companies employ one in ten workers in Bulgaria


The week: It’s GERB’s election to lose. Again.

The week: It’s GERB’s election to lose. Again.

Who’s going to run the cities, is there a Recovery Plan at all, what is a Russian-born oligarch doing in Plovdiv




Bulgaria poised for bigger share of the digitalization department in the European Commission

Bulgaria poised for bigger share of the digitalization department in the European Commission

EC Vice-President for Digitalization Margrethe Vestager is likely to become head of the EIB this autumn


Webit’s void checks

Webit’s void checks

Of five companies awarded BGN 1 million each in the Founder's Games of the Webit Investment Network a year ago, only one received an actual investment