A 5% annual growth is an absolutely achievable goal for the Bulgarian economy. Our neighbour Romania, the Czech Republic and Hungary have achieved more serious figures, Bulgaria's Minister of Innovation and Growth Daniel Lorer told BNR on the..
The World Bank has raised its forecast for the development of the Bulgarian economy in 2021. Bulgaria's annual GDP is expected to grow by 3.7%. The previous forecast was for growth at the end of 2021 by 2.6%. But the bank emphasizes that the country's..
The price of electricity for the industry reached BGN 300 (EUR 150) per megawatt-hour, just four days after the third caretaker government within the mandate of President Rumen Radev took office. According to Prime Minister Stefan Yanev, the..
Against the background of the growing prices, the inflation expectations in this country are not worrying, as yet, Kristalina Georgieva, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund stated at the Career Hive international forum. In..
Bulgaria must solve the problem related to the concentration of financial resources in the big cities. The real fiscal decentralization of the small Bulgarian municipalities would help the development of fair businesses in smaller towns and villages,..
The 6th Summit of the Three Seas Initiative, hosted by Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev, will take place on July 8th and 9th at the National Palace of Culture in Sofia. The event will be accompanied by a large-scale business forum to which experts,..
The European Commission has revised its expectations for economic growth in Bulgaria this year. Brussels' summer economic forecast, published on Wednesday, there are expectations for economic growth of 4.6% in 2021 and 4.1% next year. In its spring..
S&P Global Ratings has reaffirmed its long and short-term foreign and local currency sovereign credit ratings on Bulgaria at BBB/A2-, and kept a stable outlook. The slow pace of vaccine rollout and the potential new outbreak of Covid-19..
The Bulgarian economy grew in the first quarter of 2021 by 2.5% compared to the last quarter of 2020 , when a growth of 2.2% was also registered, the National Statistical Institute has announced. Bulgaria's GDP still remains 1.8 percent lower,..
"In the economy we have a momentum in trends. It does not succumb so easily and quickly to political changes," former Deputy Prime Minister Prof. Daniela Bobeva, an economist and financier, told BNR in response to a question about whether there is a..