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?
Bulgaria: No Territorial transition plans, no EU billions for coal transition
The caretaker government’s decision to link territorial plans submission with Recovery Plan negotiation puts at risk 1.2 billion in funding for three regions transitioning away from coal
How did Bulgaria get so expensive?
Record costs of essential foods have been driven by uncertainty in the supply chain, speculation, rising wages and inelastic demand
Bulgaria: the election season is far from over
More parties and new coalitions promise to enter the next contest, which looks set for 2 April
Bulgaria’s undertrained police struggle in the face of an influx of migrant smuggling
Three Internal Ministry officers have died and one is in critical condition after clashes with traffickers and inadequate training and equipment are to blame
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
The week: From Ruse to Sofia, or why elections might not be all that important
Another election looms, Lukoil and Nexo lurch to fresh crisis and Ruse has some things going for it
Christophe Leclercq: Medias are an army of dwarfs, facing a world duopoly: Meta (Facebook) and Alphabet (Google)
The founder of the EURACTIV Media Network & Chair of Europe’s MediaLab spoke with Capital on the new European Media Freedom Act
The week: Borissov’s EU accomplices, Energy woes and 2.25 billion euro in state bonds
EPP’s selective vision of graft in Bulgaria, Deadly police corruption and some good business news
Co-working spaces: Rising from the ashes of the pandemic
Alternatives to "normal" office spaces have emerged from the last two years stronger than ever and are popping up all over Bulgaria
VIPs in the energy sector - who to watch out for in Bulgaria
Valentin Zlatev, Ahmed Dogan and Hristo Kovachki - three of the obscure, but key faces of Bulgarian energy
Bulgaria: further away from Russia’s claws, but still close enough
An unprecedented diplomatic row between Russia and Bulgaria as the latter plunged into a political crisis
The new Bulgarian radical party - how worried should we be about Vazrazhdane
The leader Kostadin Kostadinov uses very well the social media and jumps on the populist anti-establishment bandwagons but cannot propose a viable agenda for governing
Gov’t teeters on brink after six stormy months
With TISP pledging to support GERB’s vote of no-confidence next week and the ruling coalition at least six MPs short of keeping its majority, Petkov’s cabinet looks terminal