Strong exports supported growth in Bulgaria but still weak domestic demand is likely to keep Bulgaria’s economic growth rate below the average for the region, the World Bank said on […]
A huge scandal of corruption is shaking the Turkish government to its core with political analysts saying that Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s influence is d ...
Bulgaria’s Cabinet adopted on December 17 2013 changes to Foreigners Act and work permit regulations that bring the country in line with a 2011 Euro ...
The price of vignette stickers, mandatory for motor vehicles travelling on roads outside urban areas in Bulgaria, will remain unchanged in 2014. Curre ...
Central and Eastern European countries have the potential to return to their pre-crisis economic growth rates—but they need to update their growth model, according to a report by management consulting […]
The Sofia City Court has ordered a nationwide search for Hristo Biserov, former deputy speaker of the National Assembly and former deputy leader of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms, […]
The birth rate in Bulgaria in 2013 will set a new low record, continuing the trend of the past 40 years, according to health ministry figures released in Sofia on […]
A scheduled signing in Sofia of an intergovernmental agreement between Bulgaria, Greece and Turkey to build a joint contact centre for police and customs co-operation was postponed until further notice […]
Euro area annual inflation was 0.9 per cent in November 2013, up from 0.7 per cent in October, EU statistics agency Eurostat said on December 17 2013. A year earlier […]
Another poll has confirmed majority support among Bulgarians for the resignation of the current government and the holding of early national parliamentary elections. In all, 80 per cent of Bulgarians […]