Fitch Ratings has affirmed Bulgaria’s Long-Term Foreign and Local Currency Issuer Default Ratings (IDRs) at ‘BBB-‘, with stable outlooks, while Standard and Poor’s Global Ratings has affirmed its “BB+/B” long- […]
Bulgaria’s Chief of Defence, General Konstantin Popov, has resigned, the Defence Ministry said on December 2. Popov, who has held the post since ...
Bulgaria’s prosecutor’s office said on December 2 that it indicted former judge Roumyana Chenalova on charges of malfeasance in office and ...
Bulgaria’s National Assembly gave, on December 2, its final approval to changes to the Foreigners Act, including more stringent requirements for ...
In an exchange lasting just a matter of a few minutes on December 2, GERB party leader Boiko Borissov formally declined a mandate from Bulgarian President Rossen Plevneliev to seek […]
As Daesh, the so-called Islamic State (IS) loses ground in the Middle East, the pattern of its recent terrorist attacks in Europe suggests that it has already adopted new tactics […]
The now-traditional open-air ice rink near the Central Post Office in Plovdiv opens on December 3 2016, this year expanded to make it what the organisers describe as the largest […]
Bulgarian MPs passed the 2017 Budget Act at second reading on December 1, with little debate on the House floor, one day after passing the health and pension budgets, as […]
In the weeks since Boiko Borissov’s resignation as prime minister, several questions have faced the country, not least of which is when next it will have a government – elected […]
Unemployment in Bulgaria in October 2016 was 7.4 per cent, continuing the trend of decreasing seen over the past several months, and was below the EU average of 8.3 per […]