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The biggest agricultural companies: Grain goes to space

The biggest agricultural companies: Grain goes to space

Traders and producers of wheat, corn, sunflower grow revenue more than 54%


What’s to come: key developments to anticipate in Bulgaria this year

What’s to come: key developments to anticipate in Bulgaria this year

Dates and events to follow in 2023


Nexo’s troubles, Bulgaria refuses to close coal plants, Lukoil returns

Nexo’s troubles, Bulgaria refuses to close coal plants, Lukoil returns

Prosecution goes after cryptobank, no chance of gov’t and coal to stay until 2038



The week: To Qatar and back, brain surgeon fails to win minds, Schneider Electric is Factory of the Year

The week: To Qatar and back, brain surgeon fails to win minds, Schneider Electric is Factory of the Year

K Insights weekly overview


The biggest lease deals in Sofia's office market

The biggest lease deals in Sofia's office market

New offices, new opportunities


Petar Andronov, KBC Group: The main prognosis is for a "soft recession"

Petar Andronov, KBC Group: The main prognosis is for a "soft recession"

Belgian KBC Group expects 0.7% GDP growth in Bulgaria for 2023


The week: the train problem, the Austrian surprise and the Russian oil

The week: the train problem, the Austrian surprise and the Russian oil

Trains, cities, and Elon Musk in the Northwest


Nikola Stoyanov, Luximmo: Bulgarians are buying real estate abroad, especially in Greece, Dubai and Spain

Nikola Stoyanov, Luximmo: Bulgarians are buying real estate abroad, especially in Greece, Dubai and Spain

The richest are attracted to the French Riviera and more recently the alpine resorts, the founder and manager of a high-end real estate agency tells "Capital"


The week: The hypocrisy of the Dutch, The Paper coalition and you can speed for free here

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


Not enough people: Bulgarian universities and firms struggle to recruit

Not enough people: Bulgarian universities and firms struggle to recruit

Bulgarian companies from all sectors seek to hire 200,000 new employees - but workers are proving elusive


The week: The land of the wanna-bes, illegal migration makes a bloody comeback, an ex-mayor goes to prison and a singer squats

The week: The land of the wanna-bes, illegal migration makes a bloody comeback, an ex-mayor goes to prison and a singer squats

Dreams and realities, fences and guns, boxers and singers


The week: Weapons promises, foreign agents and budget in the red

The week: Weapons promises, foreign agents and budget in the red

Guns for Ukraine - it’s official, sort of; Still no government in sight, a nuclear reactor is shut off


The week: Numbers and why we should love them, elections and census results are out and Schengen maybe?

The week: Numbers and why we should love them, elections and census results are out and Schengen maybe?

K insights 07/10: And I guess that’s why they call it the (post-election) blues


Michiel Van Driessche, Felixx Landscape Architects: Sofia can remove the cars around Alexander Nevsky square

Michiel Van Driessche, Felixx Landscape Architects: Sofia can remove the cars around Alexander Nevsky square

The next step will then be to rethink the traffic system, he says in an interview for Capital Weekly


Another stalemate looms for Bulgaria

Another stalemate looms for Bulgaria

The next parliament will likely bring no resolution to the ongoing political crisis with 6-8 parties engaging in doomed horsetrading