The European Commission’s plan to limit global warming and make Europe a carbon-neutral continent by 2050, on the basis of the Paris Agreement, or the Green Deal , is not something the trade unions in Bulgaria are welcoming. They say..
Dnevnik online newspaper carries an analysis by the Institute for Market Economics, according to which the exchange rate mechanism is, above all a political act, and is, therefore, thoroughly unpredictable at this time. Over public..
The political parties, business, media and the public have again focused on Bulgaria’s energy sector. This country’s Premier Boyko Borissov called the EU Green Deal a “big problem” and added that Bulgaria should keep the coal-fired thermal..