A serious mistake with the National Recovery and Sustainability Plan, which was due to be presented in plenary hall last week, allowed dozens of Bulgarians to access the document's files and edit them. When uploading the..
We are being criticized for not giving more money to businesses during the crisis. But we have the most liberal measures for business at the backdrop of the Covid-19 pandemic. Only a few sectors stopped working temporarily,..
Bulgaria's economy is expected to grow this year by 2.7% of GDP after a decline of 4.9% of GDP in the first year of the pandemic, while in 2022 the pace will reach 4.9% of GDP, which is one of the highest in the EU. However, the..
Tourism is one of the sectors that has suffered particularly badly from the pandemic. The measures and restrictions introduced in this regard have led to an unprecedented collapse in holiday bookings. The ban on organizing trips in the country and abroad..
The Bulgarian economy will start growing after the crisis, but this will happen next year at the earliest. The worst consequence of the pandemic is deferred consumption. Because of it in 2020 the state budget did not receive more than 500 million..
2020 has undoubtedly been a difficult year for sports worldwide. What is the situation in Bulgaria in comparison to other countries in terms of the adequacy of measures to support the sector during the coronavirus crisis? Radio Bulgaria asked Prof...
By the end of the year and the beginning of 2021, we will have more funds to invest in business, Minister of Economy Lachezar Borisov has told BNR. "The resource is not small and the measures will continue throughout the next year. Preliminary data for..
The decline of book sales in 2020 has reached 30 percent, according to a survery by the Bulgarian Book Association. More than half of respondents in the industry say April was the month with the lowest revenue, followed by May. During this period,..
The Ministry of Social Affairs has been planning a new measure in the coronavirus crisis - to provide assistance of about 12 euros per day directly to workers who have lost their jobs because of closed businesses, Minister of Social Affairs Denitsa..
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..