Business entrepreneurs will flock the Bulgaria to invest and to receive Bulgarian citizenship, according to Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister, Simeon Djankov.
The share of the grey economy in Bulgaria is shrinking but the pace is unsatisfactory, according to a survey of the Center for the Study of Democracy (CSD) supported by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Sofia.
Labor Minister Totyu Mladenov has vowed jobs for over 900 workers of the troubled state-owned VMZ Sopot military plant.
Bulgarian power distributor EVN has warned about a looming 4% increase in electricity prices which would be necessary to compensate costs arising from the purchase of renewable energy.
The decline in Bulgaria's house prices has slowed down over the last several quarters, according to Eurostat.
Latvia's parliament has approved a law providing for the adoption of the euro as of January 1, 2014 despite widespread worries among the population.
London Mayor Boris Johnson has expressed his concern over what some expect ro be an "influx" of Bulgarian and Romanian workers in country after the end of 2013.
EU citizens from Bulgaria and Romania are entitled to healthcare and social benefits in Germany even without a valid working permit, a German court has said.
European socialists from Bulgaria and Romania have sent a letter to European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso on access to the UK labor market by citizens of the two countries.
Bulgaria is expected to pass a law that will ease even further the process of granting citizenship to foreign investors in a bid to boost the country's ailing economy.
The situation with media in Bulgaria is disastrous, according to Olivier Basille, Chief Representative to the EU at Reporters Without Borders.
Drivers in Bulgaria have to buy by the end of the day on January 31 their toll stickers – the so-called vignettes - for 2013, preferably those valid for the whole year as they are the best deal.
A dangerous landslide threatens the safety of over 70 people in the southern Bulgarian village of Tanka Bara near Nedelino.
Fulham are in talks with PSV Eindhoven to sign right-back Stanislav Manolev, according to a report.
The shooting against a convicted underworld boss in broad daylight in downtown Sofia aims to bring instability to the country just months before the general elections to the benefit of the ruling party, an outspoken opposition leader argues.
Bulgaria and, to a lesser extent, Turkey are believed to be significant producers of 'captagon', according to the first comprehensive overview of illicit drug markets in the European Union.
The man who shot and critically injured Bulgarian mobster Baretata has been a professional killer and sharpshooter, according to an insider police source.
Bulgaria's Chief Prosecutor Sotir Tsatsarov has disagreed with Prime Minister Boyko Borisov's statement that it would be "healthier „for sentenced criminals to stay in custody.
Money disputes and illegal drugs turf wars could be behind the attack on top Bulgarian mobster Baretata.
The Chairman of Bulgaria's Supreme Court of Cassations, Lazar Gruev, proposed Thursday to establish tightened security measures and security zones near courtroom buildings.
Bulgaria's new Chief Prosecutor, Sotir Tsatsarov, asked Thursday for sanctions against Appellate Prosecutor, Angel Iliev, over the way he had distributed prosecutors in the high-profile SAPARD case.
Shot Bulgarian drug lord Zlatomir Ivanov aka The Beret remains in critical condition, Bulgarian Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov has said.
The terror group responsible for the bus bombing at the Sarafovo Airport in Burgas in July 2012 consists of Arabs with dual citizenship, one of whom has an Australian passport.
Europol has arrested over 103 people in 10 countries during simultaneous operations against a major migrant smuggling network.
Sofia City Court will hold its first hearing on the case for the murder of Yana Krasteva in the Borisova Gradina Park in downtown Sofia in the summer of 2011.
A referendum on nuclear energy in Bulgaria failed due to low turnout, and the country's ruling party has confirmed it will not build a new nuclear plant. Critics warn that without nuclear energy, Bulgaria may become a third-world country in 20 years.
Russia has expressed its concern over reports of Israeli air strikes on Syrian territory.
EU High Representative Catherine Ashton has expressed her concern over the approval by the Russian Duma of a federal law on the "propaganda of homosexuality to minors", making it an administrative offence under Russian law.
Direct Investment into Bulgaria on the Rise Y/Y
A Third of Bulgarians Facing Energy Poverty