Local investors were responsible for 59% of real estate investments in Bulgaria in 1H19, reversing the trend seen in the last two years as the volume of foreign investment tumbled, a report from Colliers shows.
GDP growth figures from the second quarter of this year were down on the first quarter but showed that growth was still being supported in Central and Eastern Europe by domestic demand that has gone some way to offsetting an EU slowdown.
Serbia became the latest country to see its pigs fall victim to African swine fever (ASF) on August 12, when the Paris-based World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) announced four outbreaks in the Balkan country.
Protests in Sofia after Ivan Geshev — known for failing to deliver results in the Corpbank embezzlement trial and staging an action movie-style arrest of a Sofia district mayor — is nominated for chief prosector.
A TAD Group employee, 20-year old Kristian Boylkov, was accused by prosecutors of hacking the data of Bulgaria’s National Revenue Agency and getting access to the personal and financial data of millions of Bulgarians.