Bulgaria’s Commission for Protection of Competition (CPC) ruled on November 28 that online electronic goods and household appliances retailer eMAG has breached fair-trade practices with its Black Friday sales event […]
The European Commission adopted on November 28 the Bulgarian human resource development operational programme that envisages spending more than a bill ...
Unemployment across the 28 member states of the European Union was 10 per cent in October 2014, with Bulgaria higher at 11.1 per cent, according to fi ...
Bulgaria’s business climate improved slightly in November 2014, boosted by a more favourable business climate in the construction and retail tra ...
A special meeting of Bulgaria’s cabinet will be held on December 1 to discuss new measures against floods, Prime Minister Boiko Borissov told the National Assembly on November 28. Borissov […]
Bulgaria’s Movement for Rights and Freedoms, the third-largest party in the National Assembly, said on November 26 that it had expelled two MPs from its parliamentary group after they declined […]
The saga of Bulgaria’s long-delayed purchase of new military jet fighters to meet Nato requirements is set to continue unresolved for a few more years because the state will give […]
The European Investment Bank (EIB) is lending 500 million euro to Bulgaria to co-finance priority projects supported by EU funds during the 2014 – 2020 Programming Period, the EIB said […]
Plovdiv will feature a traditional German Christmas Market on the city’s Stefan Stambolov Square near the municipal headquarters from November 29 to December 28 2014. At wooden stalls put up […]
Get your skates on: Sofia and a number of Bulgarian towns will be offering Festive Season holidaymakers the chance to take a whirl around ice rinks. In the Bulgarian capital […]