Following the Bulgarian government's refusal to pay for Russian natural gas in rubles, Moscow's decision to suspend supplies was expected. Yet, this has put cabinet of Prime Minister Kiril Petkov in an extremely difficult position with an unclear..
One-third of Bulgaria’s workforce will be off the market of labour by 2050, as they will have reached retirement age, according to a joint report of the National Employment Agency, the European Commission and the Organization for..
Bulgaria’s Deputy Premier and Minister of Economy Kornelia Ninova visited the Sofia-Bozhuristhe Industrial Zone. EUR 100 million will be invested in the construction of the largest logistics base in the Balkans. The investment is expected to create..