Bulgaria is facing a drastic shortage of people with the right skills and experience while hoping to position itself among IT leaders in southern Europe, the Financial Times writes.
The Bulgarian government is still waiting for a large automovite manufacturer to set up a vehicle assembly plant, the Financial Times notes in a report on the country.
One of the largest glass wrapping producer in the Balkans is to be acquired by Portugal's BA Glass, a declaration filed with the competition watchdog reveals.
US sensors manufacturer Sensata Technologies is to launch five hundred new openings in its three facilities across Bulgaria, its regional manager has said.
Bulgaria ranks first among ten European countries in its attractiveness to the automotive industry, a recent study of Automotive Cluster Bulgaria and Colliers International shows.
The future of railway transport belongs to the young, stated in his address to the participants in the Railway Forum 2016 Chairman of the Forum for Balkan Transport and Infrastructure Petar Mutafchiev.
Workers at the Bobov dol mines who threatened that they will not come out of the mine as a sign of protest against the reduction in salaries and their systematic delay have to the surface.
Industrial production in the EU has declined by 1% on a monthly basis in July and this is the first decrease since November, 2014.
Bulgaria’s mining output soared by 12% last year, reaching 112.5 million tones, a record rate of increase for the past 10 years, public radio broadcaster has BNR reported, citing data from the Bulgarian Chamber of Mining and Geology.
Bulgarian-based Aviostart is the only company which will be allowed to submit an offer for the supply of 10 engines for the country’s ageing fleet of MiG-29 fighter jets, local media reported on Thursday.
A delegation including representatives of the Pentagon, U.S. partner companies of VMZ Sopot visited the company to discuss opportunities to expand partnership with the leading Bulgarian arms maker, the Economy Ministry announced on Tuesday.
China’s state-owned CITIC Group proposed to invest USD 100 M in a plant for the production of aluminium car wheels in Bulgaria, the government in Sofia announced on Friday.
Chinese automaker JAC Motors is exploring opportunities to launch manufacturing in Bulgaria, the Economy Ministry in Sofia has announced.
Japanese car parts manufacturer Yazaki plans to employ some 3 000 people for the factory it is about to begin building in Dimitrovgrad, the head of Bulgaria's investment promotion agency has said.
Bulgarian arms manufacturer VMZ has said it expects to sign deals worth a total of some EUR 50 M following its participation in the international defence and security exhibition Eurosаtory 2016.
Bulgaria has proposed to Russia to manufacture jointly high-tech products and items with high added value that can be sold on the Russian market as well as in the EU and third countries.
Bulgaria registered zero growth in industrial production on a monthly basis for April 2016 following a 0.
Bulgaria’s industrial production index adjusted for the number of working days rose by 2.
Japan's Yazaki and Turkey's Sa-ba, manufacturers of car parts, are set to build two facilities in Dimitrovgrad, Southern Bulgaria, Capital daily reports.
Bulgaria’sParliament on Thursday approved on first reading a ban on the sale of arms manufacturers VMZ and NITI, as well as arms trader Kintex.
Bulgarian exports of military hardware increased by more than 50% last year compared with 2014, a government official has said.
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