Bulgaria's industrial producer prices marked a negligible decline in September over the previous month, but fell tangibly on an annual basis, official data shows.
Long-lost Bulgarian PC brand Pravetz is set for resurrection, with a new laptop to be launched on the marked before the end of this year, it surfaced Tuesday.
Bulgaria is among the global competitors in automotive parts manufacturing, according to Bulgaria’s president.
Leading Chinese company China Construction has expressed strong interests in investing in Bulgaria, said Bulgarian Deputy-PM Daniela Bobeva.
Bulgarian miners celebrate Sunday, August 18, their Professional Day, which is marked on the Day of Saint Ivan Rilski.
Russian medical company MZKRS Suture Materials has confirmed plans to open a production facility in Bulgaria's fourth-largest city, Burgas.
Sales of new cars in Bulgaria declined by 8 % year-over-year in the first half of 2013, according to the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association, ACEA.
96% of the beer consumed in Bulgaria in 2012 came from Bulgaria-based plants, making the brewery industry a main contributor to the country’s GDP, according to the Union of Brewers in Bulgaria, SPB.
Bulgarian Minister of Economy and Energy Dragomir Stoynev has criticized the preceding cabinet of ex-PM Boyko Borisov of allowing the ruin of important state companies.
The Confederation of Independent and Free Syndicates in Bulgaria, KNSB, is calling for the sacking of the entire management of the country's largest arms factory, VMZ Sopot.
Economy and Energy Minister Dragomir Stoynev is to visit Bulgaria's largest arms factory, VMZ Sopot, to meet with the chief executives and trade union representatives at the plant.
Ivan Danov, Bulgaria's Minister of Investment Planning, has vowed to work to amend over 80 laws in order to guarantee clear rules, facilitate the issuing of building permits, ensure predictable procedures, and apply good European practices.
Money for the salaries of the workers at the Bulgaria's largest arms factory, VMZ Sopot, may be provided by a loan from another State company, Bulgaria's new Economy and Energy Minister, Dragomir Stoinev, explained.
Chinese companies are willing to set up textile manufacturing units in Bulgaria, according to media reports.
Bulgaria's Privatization Agency has announced Tuesday it is launching a new procedure for the privatization of the country's largest arms factory, VMZ Sopot.
China’s Yutong Bus company considers opening a bus factory in Bulgaria, Bulgarian media have reported.
Some 4000 workers of Bulgaria's VMZ Sopot military plant, who have had their salaries delayed by a month, are expected to get payment after the arms manufacturer withdraws a loan from Corporate Commercial Bank.
Civic associations plan to appeal the gold mining concession for a deposit located near the southern Bulgarian city of Krumovgrad at the European Commission.
Bulgaria's industrial production increased by 8.0% in January 2013 compared with January 2012, according to Eurostat.
Direct Investment into Bulgaria on the Rise Y/Y
A Third of Bulgarians Facing Energy Poverty