Strange protests and even stranger anti-inflation measures, plus the new owner of the Maritza Iztok - 3 coal power plant
Protest for the sake of protesting, Italian soldiers are welcomed and a new owner for the second largest TPP in Bulgaria
The Internal Ministry’s surprise operation against the former PM and high level GERB cadres came just a few hours after the head of the EU Prosecution visited Sofia
6 billion euro are awaiting for Sofia to finalize the deal with Brussels
The Bulgarian company claims to run 10 billion dollars in assets. Such growth comes with challenges
The main parties’ pledges in the fields of taxation, finance, pensions, energy and business development policy
Balanced fiscal policy takes a sharp turn towards rapid spending in the hope of election win next year
The taxation Ordinance N-18 that affects almost every company in Bulgaria has introduced an extremely complex, unclear and expensive regulation, and will repel foreign investors
The attack on gambling tycoon Vasil Bozhkov is yet another example of how politics and business in Bulgaria are intertwined
Bulgaria, unfortunately, has built an image of a country deeply affected by organized crime
The new Bulgarian Prosecutor General Ivan Geshev moved into first gear from the outset, picking fights with oligarchs, rural criminals and even the president himself. Is he aiming at something bigger than just crime busting?
KRIB has become a quasi-state structure under the chairmanship of Kiril Domuschiev
Big and established international companies are selling their Bulgarian assets to East European or local buyers.
Bulgartabac as a case-study in the effects of Bulgaria's politically entangled privatization process: How Delyan Peevski managed to transform the one-time tobacco giant into a midget despite massive state support.