Houses in rural areas and apartments on lower floors are most sought after inBulgaria, because people believe that such dwellings are safer during earthquakes, according to a May 2012 market […]
As the owner of a small or medium-sized enterprise (SME), and as an individual consumer of financial services, I am always amazed by the standard fees ...
Bulgaria will spend 16.7 billion leva over the next decade to erase the development inequality within the country and to catch up with the European Un ...
Bulgaria was rocked by another tremor overnight, in what has been a forthnight of busy seismic activity. An earthquake measuring 3.4 on the Richter sc ...
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Three European Parliament committees voted against the Anti-Counterfeiting Treaty Agreement (ACTA) on May 31, only a day after Dutch parliament soundly rejected the treaty. Dutch MPs not only shot down […]
The Sofia Metro system is gradually expanding, with the recent addition of the line to the Inter Expo Centre on Tsarigradsko Chaussee and the eastern borough of Mladost 3 from […]
Bulgaria’s abandoned project to build a nuclear power plant at Belene on the Danube River can be profitable for a private investor, but only if the state subsidises construction, maintenance […]
Bulgaria’s capital city is to hold a Sofia Forum event on June 8 and 9 at which senior European Union representatives, politicians, academics and civil society figures will debate the […]
The beginning of June 2012 finds Bulgaria about a year away from parliamentary elections, and undeclared campaigning already begun – not least by a Prime Minister and governing party with, […]