The emergence of the Regional Centre for Contemporary Arts "Toplotsentrala" in South Park has the potential to fan the flames of Sofia's cultural scene
The Bulgarian caretaker cabinet’s decision to not issue government bonds on the international market hasn’t worked well
The sector as a whole performs well, but the champion is sunflower oil production
K Insights 22/10: grocery stores flourish while clothes shops go under
Politicians play deaf and blind on stagnant vaccinations, but mourn demographic collapse, pensions, GDP go up - and so could concession fees
Despite rising hospitalizations and fatalities, Bulgarian authorities are easing anti-epidemic restrictions just days after their imposition
The government’s decision to reopen schools and restaurants too soon may cause an avoidable repetition of the November-December pandemic disaster
How could a third wave of the pandemic impact the 4 April parliamentary vote?
The sharpest economic drop on record was expected to be followed by a quick recovery. The third quarter is not looking so good though.
The story of a young Australian who had to go through the failings of the Bulgarian justice system
Western Europe’s protectionist measures are a major issue for long-haul cargo carriers
Bulgaria remains a state captured by strong economic interests exerting systemic influence over key bodies in the administration and the judiciary
The currency board, probably the only unquestionable institution in Bulgaria, is viewed as a facilitator for accession to the Eurozone