What happened to Bulgaria’s largest builder?
Veliko Zhelev, the boss of infrastructure giant Hirdrostroy, was briefly arrested last week for harassing an employee. Is there more to this story than meets the eye?
Inter Cars Bulgaria: The way to the top
The Polish company’s Bulgarian unit has become number one in the local auto parts market in ten years, reporting revenue growth of over 50% for 2021.
The week: The sheriff is in town, where does all the asphalt go, and Telus won’t tell on us anymore
A thunder in the sky of dust
The new Magnitsky sanctions for Bulgaria: Who has been named and why
The US continues its anti-corruption pressure in tandem with the UK, by adding two former ministers, two former MPs and an energy official to the list
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: 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
Bulgaria: the country with the slowest borders in the EU
Traffic is growing, but Bulgaria lacks the necessary infrastructure and organization to handle it
The week: water, migration, elections and a new King of Britain
K Insights 9/9: Bursting riverbeds, election apathy, and the Rolex priest warns of materialism
Why and how a municipality in Bulgaria voted for a full moratorium on wind power
An entertainment park about history wanted to stop a 1.2 billion wind project – and then ensure that no other candidates would emerge
The new euro-billions heading for Bulgaria just in time
Over the next 7 to 9 years, the country is set to receive up to 27 billion euros. The big question is their destination