All posts in Bulgaria

  • euro notes in a shopping trolley
    Greek SMEs heading to Bulgaria ‘in droves’ – report
    June 12, 2012, by The Sofia Globe staff

    Thousands of Greek small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are looking for the road to financial recovery in Bulgaria, and about 6000 companies had relocated from Greece to Bulgaria, Athens-based eKathimerini […]

  • Stiff fines for unruly beachgoers in Bourgas
    June 11, 2012, by The Sofia Globe staff

    Municipal authorities in Bulgaria’s Black Sea city of Bourgas have introduced stiff fines for unruly tourists at the city’s beaches. The sanctions are part of attempts by the municipality and […]

  • Bulgaria promotes its investment appeal despite downturn
    June 11, 2012, by Alex Bivol

    Odd as it may sound, the seemingly endless economic malaise enveloping Europe has not dimmed the appetite for investment in Bulgaria, a development that the country’s investment agency hopes to […]

  • Bulgaria’s ‘vampire’ saga continues
    June 11, 2012, by Hristina Dimitrova

    After the finding in recent days of “vampire” burials in Sozopol, Bulgaria’s archaeological vampire saga took a new twist with the unearthing of another one. This time it was near […]

  • New book aims for debate on vanishing Sofia
    June 11, 2012, by The Sofia Globe staff

    A group of young people from Sofia University’s sociology department have produced a book documenting the stories of 11 pre-1944 houses that are crumbling into ruins, a sad decline from […]

  • Bulgarian Foreign Minister Nikolai Mladenov at the Sofia Forum for the Balkans
    Which compass direction for the Western Balkans?
    June 10, 2012, by Clive Leviev-Sawyer and Alex Bivol

    Amid the clamour and cacophony of the European economic crisis and the rapidly-whirling rumour mill about the future of the euro zone, it is hardly surprising that the EU integration […]