Check-ups by Bulgaria’s National Revenue Agency (NRA) of 850 individuals in January to June 2014 uncovered 20 million leva in taxes due from undeclared income. The NRA said on September […]
After initially being released by Bulgarian authorities, Free Russia organisation founder Nikolai Koblyakov – for whom Moscow is seeking extradition ...
European Commission President-elect Jean-Claude Juncker began interviewing candidate European Commissioners on September 1 ahead of a final decision o ...
Bulgaria’s capital city Sofia is in the top 10 of the world’s cleanest hotels, scoring 8.54 out of a possible 10 and ranking fifth, accord ...
The Bulgarian caretaker Cabinet’s security council on September 1 adopted a revised version of the “Vision 2020″ document that earlier stirred controversy over its references to Russia, with those seen […]
The Bulgarian cabinet’s security council was meeting on September 1 to consider a new version of a document on a vision for the future of the country in Nato, after […]
Bulgaria started accepting applications on September 1 from farmers affected by the Russian import ban on foodstuffs from EU member states, put in place in retaliation for EU’s sanctions stemming […]
Bulgaria’s second city Plovdiv now boasts the longest pedestrian zone in Europe, beating previous record-holder Copenhagen, according to mayor Ivan Totev. After the formal opening of the latest stretch of […]
Bulgaria’s caretaker Finance Minister Roumen Porozhanov said on August 29 that the country was ready to submit to the European Commission the restructuring plan required by the EC as a […]
Foreign direct investment in Bulgaria’s non-financial sector was 4.5 per cent higher in 2013 than in 2012, according to preliminary data released by the National Statistical Institute on August 29 […]