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What will happen to Bulgaria’s oil market after derogation ends?

What will happen to Bulgaria’s oil market after derogation ends?

The debate is whether the derogation should end immediately or not


Bulgarian-American LucidLink raises 75 million dollars

Bulgarian-American LucidLink raises 75 million dollars

Local fund BrightCap was the first ever investor in the company, which has already attracted 115 million dollars funding in total


The week: Emperor Mihaylov lets Sofia burn

The week: Emperor Mihaylov lets Sofia burn

The 1989 of Bulgarian Football, Economy slows down, The ups&downs of Burgas





The end of Barcelonagate? Borissov’s whitewashing continues as planned

The end of Barcelonagate? Borissov’s whitewashing continues as planned

Despite the change of leadership, the State Prosecution has buried one more high-profile case against a top brass politician


The week: A very sudden twist

The week: A very sudden twist

Slapping Russia in the face, Borissov is not corrupt, Open-air teaching gets a boost



Biggest companies in Bulgaria: state-owned energy giants are forever

Biggest companies in Bulgaria: state-owned energy giants are forever

The revenue of the 100 largest companies in Bulgaria has increased more than 5 times in two decades


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



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


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

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

Anton Zingarevich, the son of a Russian billionaire, has reduced several sports clubs worldwide to ruin. Now Botev Plovdiv is on the line.


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: More than one storm brewing in the Black Sea, Brussels’ pressure and TurkStream revelations

The week: More than one storm brewing in the Black Sea, Brussels’ pressure and TurkStream revelations

Bulgaria, where natural catastrophes meet ungovernability


N. Macedonia on the rocky road to European integration

N. Macedonia on the rocky road to European integration

The inclusion of Bulgarians in the Basic Law faces a plethora of obstacles


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


Telco war enters new phase, as anti-trust body clears acquisitions by Vivacom

Telco war enters new phase, as anti-trust body clears acquisitions by Vivacom

A1 and Yettel have alerted the European regulators about "excessive concentration" of market share and power in the hands of their competitor