A month before the end of 2020, we can safely say that it has become a kind of watershed between the world before and the world after Covid-19. Transformation of entire industries around the world is already underway and this will..
There are no less than 120,000 virtual sheep and goats, for the breeding of which subsidies are being taken, yet there are no such animals on the farms. In the summer, Bulgaria’s National Sheep and Goat Breeding Association came out with an..
One way to determine entrepreneurial activity in a country is to track the number of registered new companies. The data from the beginning of 2020 to the month of September show an expected decline of the newly registered companies in Bulgaria...
In the period January - August 2020, exports of goods from Bulgaria to the EU decreased by 6.7% compared to the same period in 2019 and amounted to just under 12 billion euros. This is shown by NSI data. Bulgaria's main trade partners are Germany,..
If you bought a fridge, a washing machine or a TV set after November 1, 2020, you were perhaps surprised when you unpacked your new electric appliance. You may have found an energy label that differs significantly from the one on the packaging. Well,..
Bulgaria retains the chance to avoid downward spiral in the current Covid-19 crisis thanks to the help of the anti-crisis measures and the emergency capital injections in its health and financial system. This country can revive its..
“Despite the delay amidst the pandemic we are registering an investment interest in Bulgaria, in productions and business services with added value. Information and communication technologies, outsourcing are among the leading sectors which attract..
Maxim Behar was reelected President of the Association of the World Communication Forum Committee in Davos, the m3bg.com portal reports. “It is an honour for me to be reelected for another 3 year term, to be able to continue my work with..
A national center should be set up as soon as possible to manage the crisis and have the power to impose strict sanctions and a strict regime of conduct, Prof. Preslav Dimitrov, dean of the Faculty of Economics at SWU Neofit Rilski, has told BNR. He..
One-fourth of the Bulgarian companies have introduced flexible working conditions due to Covid-19 pandemic. Another one-fourth of the companies are ready to make these measures permanent after the crisis. 50% of all employees will continue working..
The growth of the number of coronavirus patients in recent weeks dictates the need for very restrictive measures. Otherwise, the health system..
Prime Minister Boyko Borissov opposes a new complete lockdown of the country because of the spread of Covid-19, although there is serious pressure on the..
Bulgaria has the highest mortality rate from Covid-19 in the EU , according to the European Centre for Infectious Diseases Control, quoted by 24 Chasa..